Website ILP Vegetable is online
On www.ilp-vegetable.org you can now find the official website of the International Licensing Platform (ILP) for vegetable plant breeding.
Gatton Field Days 2015
On the 21st May the team at Rijk Zwaan's Gatton station welcomed growers and colleagues from Australia and New Zealand to Rijk Zwaan's 2015 Queensland winter demo trial.
New European Bremia strain recognised
With effect from May 11 2015 the International Bremia Evaluation Board (IBEB) has officially named a new official strain of Bremia lactucae (Downy Mildew). Part of Rijk Zwaan’s lettuce range is resistant to this strain.
A successful trial at Bacchus Marsh
With over 150 varieties to choose from there was something for everyone on the field at the Rijk Zwaan field day at Bacchus Marsh
Another new season gets underway for Trial Center Tomato
On 1 April the Trial Center Tomato in Kwintsheul reopened its doors to visitors for another new season. Rijk Zwaan has further developed its tomato range in all segments and is keen to give people the opportunity to view its existing and new varieties alike.
Leafy innovations attract attention in Spain
From 9th until 13th February, Rijk Zwaan organized its annual International Winter Open Field Days in Spain. Rijk Zwaan presented ten winter crops, over 300 varieties and several innovative production systems to an international crowd in Murcia.
Internal Red tomatoes reward quality
Rijk Zwaan introduces a new tomato label: Internal Red. Internal Red tomatoes have attractive, dark red flesh and a deep-red core, which gives them a healthy and tasty-looking appearance.
Sweet Palermo surprises growers and consumers alike
At Fruit Logistica in Berlin, Rijk Zwaan is presenting a major new innovation in the pepper category: ‘Sweet Palermo®’. A combination of versatility and a particularly sweet taste.
International Licensing Platform (ILP) for plant breeding innovations launched by leading vegetable companies
A new business association, the International Licensing Platform (ILP), launches today to improve global access to and use of plant breeding traits for vegetables.