Tissue Culture Lab
Our laboratory located in Thiendorf, Germany, exists since 1956. Since 2011 the laboratory is also certificated after Naktuinbouw Elite Crop regulations . Our assortment includes many certified varieties.
The tissue culture lab is dedicated to micropropagation of bed and balcony plants. The primary advantage of in vitro cultivation is the fast and efficient production of pathogen-free stock plant material on a large scale.
Advantages of in vitro cultivation
Meristem cultivation: Production and maintenance of pathogen-free plants
Large-scale production: Production of genetically identical plants (plant propagation by cloning)
Embryo Rescue: Cultivation from embryos (particularly with difficult-to-reproduce plants)
Diagnostic and Test Lab: The diagnostic unit within the PAC lab is competent in diagnosis of different plant pests and diseases. Methods used for diagnosis involves bacterial culture, immunofluorescence tests, serological and molecular tests.
Our Service to You
Virus-, Viroid- And Bacteria diagnosis: Thereby you know if your plants are healthy.
Heat Therapy: Heat therapy and subsequent micropropagation guarantee healthy plant material.
In vitro propagation: Build-up of stock plant material gets accelerated and independent from season.
Depot storage/Keeping: If required we keep your healthy plant material under sterile conditions save from infection until demanded.
Dr. Daminic Eberle
Head of Laboratory
Fon: +49 35248 3991-40
Fax: +49 35248 3991-50
- Elsner pac Jungpflanzen GbR
We are pleased to announce that from now on our laboratory carries the Nakt-Cerificate for the whole production process including the in vitro-cultures. The certificate attests that all processes and the quality of products fulfill the Naktuinbouw standards.
Our extensive assortment includes 651 varieties in 51 plant groups. Early order ensures timely delivery of expected quantities and qualities.
Contact us for more information - we are glad to make you an individual offer!
If you have any questions regarding licence matters and variety protection please get in touch with the licence office:
Deutsche Saatgutgesellschaft m.b.H. Berlin
Grünauer Straße 5
Fon: +49 30 6572343
Fax: +49 30 6572346