The company I.G. Pflanzenzucht GmbH
I.G. Pflanzenzucht is one of the most important sales organizations of agricultural crops in Germany. Especially in the field of winter cereals, I.G. Pflanzenzucht has been leading markets for years.
I.G. means community of interest. The common interest of the associates of I.G. Pflanzenzucht GmbH is to introduce the varieties into the market and to develop them market-orientated in various regions. For this, we have a powerful and experienced sales team available.
IGP POLSKA in Poland
The varieties of the associates and partners of I.G. Pflanzenzucht are, besides Germany, distributed in almost 40 countries. With the help of local, private and official trial systems, the varieties are extensively evaluated prior to their market introduction. In Poland, sales are organised by IGP POLSKA since 2013.
Based on more than 90 years of experience of I.G. Pflanzenzucht in breeding and sale of seeds, IGP POLSKA focuses on the professional delivery of carefully selected, most suitable plant varieties for the Polish and Baltic markets. Apart from a great offer of cultivated species such as winter crops, spring crops, maize and winter oilseed rape, IGP POLSKA also has access to breeding programmes for the following species: emmer, spelt, soybeans, lupins and peas.
Scientific collaboration for higher yields
Specialists of Saatzucht Bauer led by the CEO, Berthold Bauer, have visited Zashchitnoye plant breeding and growing operation belonging to EkoNiva Group.
Our new „Ancient cereal crops” leaflet is now available!
In recent years, ancient cereal crops have become increasingly popular with farmers and consumers alike. Spelt in particular is currently experiencing a real "boom”. The shareholders of I.G. Pflanzenzucht
Weed control in soybean cultivation
Effective weed control is critical to the success of the crop, as soybean has little competitive strength against weeds due to its slow youth development and late stand closure.
I.G. Pflanzenzucht has new admissions in winter cereals!
In March, new cereal varieties were approved by the Bundessortenamt for I.G. Pflanzenzucht. Thus, the I.G. Pflanzenzucht continues to focus on high-performance and innovative varieties in all crop types.