Biotechnology offers an important tool for sustainable resource allocation and crop productivity enhancement. Our cultivation lab specializes in tissue culture research and mass production of various planting materials for commercial purposes. Our integrated cultivation process from in-vitro micropropagation of plantlets to seedling rehabilitation at our nurseries ensures consistency over quality and ultimately healthy plants for our customers.

         With the rising market demand for desirable crop traits at lower production costs, our research portfolio has expanded to include alternative cash crops, ornamental plants and fruit crops. Our research & development focuses primarily on formulation and refinement of in-vitro cultivation conditions as well as the strengthening of quality control processes to suit market demands.

         Biotechnology can be defined as the use of living organisms to make a product or drive a process. It offers an important tool for sustainable resource allocation and crop productivity enhancement. We utilizes tissue culture techniques for mass propagation of various planting materials for commercial purposes. Tissue culture is a process that involves exposing plant tissue to a specific regimen of nutrients, hormones, and light under sterile, in vitro conditions to produce many new plants, each a clone of the original mother plant, over a very short period of time. Foundation of plant cell and tissue culture is the totipotency theory which states that cells are autonomic, and in principle, are capable of regenerating to give a complete plant.

         Plant tissue culture is the culture and maintenance of plant cells or organs in sterile, nutritionally and environmentally supportive conditions (in vitro). Plant cell and tissue culture include the cultural techniques for regeneration of functional plants from embryonic tissues, tissue fragments, calli, isolated cells, or protoplasts. It has applications in research and commerce. In commercial settings, tissue culture is often referred to as plant micropropagation, which is in fact one of the techniques in tissue culture. Plant micropropagation refers to the production of whole plants from cell cultures derived from explants (the initial piece of tissue put into culture) or meristem cells.

         Plant micropropagation is favored over propagation by conventional means such as cuttings and seeds because it offers various advantages. The advantages of micropropagation is to mass-produce genetically identical, physiological uniform, developmentally normal and pathogen-free plantlets which can be acclimatized in a reduced time period and at a lower cost.

Gaharu

Microprogation of Aquilaria

Aquilaria Tissue Culture Plantlets

Aquilaria Seedling

Orchid

Plantlet Growth in Culture Vessel

Phalaenopsis Seedling

Blooming Orchid

Beneficial-Antigonon Leptopus

Plantlets Growth in Culture Vessels

Seedlings in Polybag

Blooming Antigonon Leptopus

Pineapple

Plantlets Growth in Culture Vessels

Seedlings in Polybag

Field Planting

Site & Nursery preparation

Seedling upkeep & Maintenance

Field planting & Maintenance

Pest & Disease control

Seedling Delivery

Artificial Innoculation



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