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HZPC Research B.V.

Agrico, Leo de Kock and Nedato join forces for ware potatoes.

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HZPC Research focuses on innovation and collaboration. Improving our variety portfolio and growing techniques every single day.

From processors to packers, retailers to traditional fresh open markets. The breeding of potato varieties benefits from the insights of all. Since 1999 they have involved partners in their R&D process. It has resulted in continuous innovation, durable solutions and new future-proof varieties.
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Growers group works on future-proof seed potato cultivation
April 10, 2023

HZPC works with growers to future-proof seed potato cultivation

Growers learn best from other growers. This has been proven by the future-proof seed potato cultivation project, an initiative to examine upcoming changes in potato cultivation with a group of growers.
Potato Days 2022: No Time To Waste for future-proof potato growing
October 31, 2022

HZPC Potato Days 2022: No Time To Waste for future-proof potato growing

On 9, 10 and 11 November, HZPC will open its doors in Joure – and online – to anyone with a passion for potatoes. During Potato Days 2022, they will discuss the challenges of food security and sustainability, now and in the future.
The potato is used to cooler climate and vulnerabe to environmental stresses; particularly to combinations of heat and drought.
September 01, 2020

Major European project to develop heat- and drought-stress tolerant potatoes

The Faculty of Life Sciences of the University of Vienna coordinates a consortium of 17 European leading academic research institutions, potato breeders, a non-profit EU association, a government agency and a screening technology developer.
Robert Graveland, HZPC research, Metslawier: 'Marker-assisted classical potato breeding is going to change a lot in the range of varieties over the coming ten to fifteen years.'
October 26, 2019

HZPC research: 'Marker-assisted classical potato breeding is going to change a lot in the range of varieties over the coming ten to fifteen years.'

Robert Graveland, HZPC research, Metslawier: ‘Marker-assisted classical breeding is going to change a lot in the range of varieties over the coming ten to fifteen years.’