R&D

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PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
For a successful business development, innovation and product development is a core factor. Team Growhow specializes in the “domestication process” for plants from nature to be grown successfully in growing systems, ie. outdoor, in glasshouses or tunnels and in a combined production system of outdoor and forced greenhouse production. We are specialists in seed and vegetative propagation, growth and development, dormancy and flowering and fruit/seed set as well as growing and keeping mother stock.
Development of an attractive consumer product is optimized by innovative market related developments combined core plant characteristics and values.

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PRODUKTUDVIKLING
Udvikling og innovation er kernen i succesfuld forretningsførelse. Et af Team Grow-hows ekspertise områder består i at “domesticere” planter fra natur til dyrkningssystemer. Dyrkning i større skala indebærer viden om bl.a. formering, tilvækst, blomstring, frø/frugtsætning, vintertilstand og moderplanter. Gødskningsbehov, mekanismer der fremmer eller hæmmer blomstringsinduktion.
Derudover kommer innovationen mhp at gøre planter og planteprodukter tiltalende og klar til den moderne forbrugerverden, eller mellemled i vejen mellem forbrugeren og producenten. Forskellige faktorer spiller ind i og innovation bygger på en evne og erfaring i at spotte tendenser og behov der er på vej op. Hertil produktet eller planternes egenskaber, som der ikke må gåes på kompromis med.

Our references include:
Product development and breeding of potted for the European market (1990’ies)
Hebe, various species
Campanula, various species and varieties
Osteospermum, various species and varieties
Kalanchöe, interspecific breeding and developments
Chrysanthemum, selections and trend color assortments
Jasminum, various species
Stephanotis floribunda
Lavandula stoechas

2000’ies (in collaboration with South African Plant Breeding, Cefane)
Kalanchöe, interspecific breeding and developments
Osteospermum, interspecific breeding and developments
Lavandula, interspecific breeding and developments
Hibiscus, interspecific breeding and developments
Gerrardanthus macchorrhizum
Bowieae volubilis
Haworthia, various species

2010’ies
Jamesbrittenia Sunbrittenia varieties