Plant Biotechnology is the set of techniques, processes and methods related to scientific and technological research and development, to substantially increase productivity, promote the development of commercially attractive products and the environmental sustainability of agricultural and forestry activities.
The use of classical biotechnological techniques, such as the in vitroculture of plant cells, tissues and organs, is of great help for agronomic and forestry development. This technique takes advantage of the ability of a plant cell to form a complete plant (totipotence) under controlled laboratory conditions.
In vitro culture is a tool intended, among other purposes, for the propagation of species of great interest. This presents several advantages over other conventional multiplication techniques (grafts, layers, seeds, etc.), since it allows to obtain quickly and in a massive way, individuals free of diseases, homogeneous and of high quality.
Our vitroplants are grown under controlled conditions of sterility, temperature, humidity and lighting, and by specialized, highly qualified personnel. VITROTREE uses the most modern biotechnological techniques such as micropropagation, molecular biology, and biotechnology-assisted genetic improvement to achieve the accelerated reproduction of varieties of high commercial value. Thanks to this, it is possible to provide our customers with plants and services of unquestionable quality.
At VITROTREE we offer our clients a wide range of trees, specifically selected, in order to obtain a unique, quality, sustainable and ecological wood.
Thanks to the R&D effort and the experience gained in the use of biomass, VITROTREE has managed to develop advanced technology that allows it to collaborate in international biomass generation projects.
VITROTREE develops bio-products and economically competitive processes, derived from plant raw materials and by-products from the forestry and agricultural industry.