EUROPLANT Pflanzenzucht GmbH, with its head offices in Lüneburg, Lower Saxony, presents its wide variety of seed potatoes at Fruit Logistica 2016, which takes place in Berlin from 3 to 5 February 2016.
Trade visitors, customers and interested parties can find out for themselves about the high quality standards of the seed potato grower and supplier on Stand A-15 in Hall 20.
Fruit Logistica, the leading international exhibition for fruit and vegetables, is an important mood barometer for the industry after the average harvests in 2015.
Jörg Renatus, Managing Director Europlant
Jörg Renatus, Managing Director Europlant:
"2015 was a difficult year due to the changeable weather conditions."
"That is why there is a distinct rise in demand for seed potatoes this year"
The company's stand focuses on the diversity and high quality of its products. The highlights on the EUROPLANT stand include the Venezia, Madeira and Georgina varieties.
Venezia is an early, waxy potato ideal for salads. The Madeira and Georgina varieties both belong to the medium early, predominantly waxy table potato.
EUROPLANT stands for first-class seed potatoes and high quality in consultation. The company from Lüneburg offers its customers valuable assistance in all questions to do with potato growing and cultivation.
Wide range of ecological seed potatoes
Besides exhibiting its own products, the exhibition offers many opportunities for the industry to exchange news and views every year.
"Fruit Logistica is a valuable platform to find out about the current market situation and new trends."
In addition to conventional seeds, EUROPLANT is also well represented by ecological seeds. In the meantime, the range of ecologically produced seed potatoes covers more than 20 varieties. They are supplemented by the Allians variety, which is particularly waxy and is ideal for salads, the waxy Leyla, which has an extraordinarily good taste right through to spring, and Gunda, a mealy table variety for late marketing.
With its product range, EUROPLANT is the largest ecological seed grower in Germany.