Plant technology for crops that do not produce seeds

 

 

CEEDSTM technology

has been developed by New Energy Farms Ltd

Many global food crops, such as rice, wheat, corn and sorghum, are planted from seeds. However, half of the most important global food crops, do not produce suitable seeds and must rely on vegetative propagation. CEEDSTM technology is a very advanced form of vegetative propagation that is suitable for many crops.

Sugarcane is one such example, grown on 25 million hectares and traditionally planted using stem cuttings. CEEDSTM technology can dramatically change the planting logistics. Instead of planting from 12t to almost 20 tonnes of stem material a hectare to produce new crops, CEEDSTM technology can plant around 250kg/ha of plant propagules.

Cassava, banana, sweet potato, potato, yam and pineapple are examples of other vegetatively propagated crops and there are many flowers and shrubs that are multiplied by this method. This form of propagation is therefore widely used, but often needs complex supply chains to establish new fields, plantations or horticultural demands.

Patented CEEDSTM technology

 

New Energy Farms (NEF) has developed and patented CEEDSTM technology, an ‘artificial seed’ system for crops that do not produce conventional seeds. CEEDSTM simplifies the complex supply chains that are often required for vegetatively produced crops.

 

It creates many benefits:

– by reducing costs of production.

– produces propagules that can drilled like conventional row crops.

– reducing the quantity (weight and volume) of material that is planted.

– creates a more rapid method of introducing new varieties.

– offers an efficient field delivery mechanism for targeting crop protection products.

– complementary technology for tissue culture and other vegetatively propagated techniques.

 

NEF provides CEEDSTM technology under Licensing Agreements to interested parties for commercial use in a number of crops.

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Plant technology for crops that do not produce seeds

 

 

CEEDSTM technology

has been developed by New Energy Farms Ltd

Many global food crops, such as rice, wheat, corn and sorghum, are planted from seeds. However, half of the most important global food crops, do not produce suitable seeds and must rely on vegetative propagation. CEEDSTM technology is a very advanced form of vegetative propagation that is suitable for many crops.

Sugarcane is one such example, grown on 25 million hectares and traditionally planted using stem cuttings. CEEDSTM technology can dramatically change the planting logistics. Instead of planting from 12t to almost 20 tonnes of stem material a hectare to produce new crops, CEEDSTM technology can plant around 250kg/ha of plant propagules.

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Cassava, banana, sweet potato, potato, yam and pineapple are examples of other vegetatively propagated crops and there are many flowers and shrubs that are multiplied by this method. This form of propagation is therefore widely used, but often needs complex supply chains to establish new fields, plantations or horticultural demands.

Harvest

Patented CEEDSTM technology

 

New Energy Farms (NEF) has developed and patented CEEDSTM technology, an ‘artificial seed’ system for crops that do not produce conventional seeds. CEEDSTM simplifies the complex supply chains that are often required for vegetatively produced crops.

 

It creates many benefits:

– by reducing costs of production.

– produces propagules that can drilled like conventional row crops.

– reducing the quantity (weight and volume) of material that is planted.

– creates a more rapid method of introducing new varieties.

– offers an efficient field delivery mechanism for targeting crop protection products.

– complementary technology for tissue culture and other vegetatively propagated techniques.

 

NEF provides CEEDSTM technology under Licensing Agreements to interested parties for commercial use in a number of crops.

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CeedsTM Technology

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Plant technology for crops that do not produce seeds

CEEDSTM technology

has been developed by New Energy Farms Ltd

Many global food crops, such as rice, wheat, corn and sorghum, are planted from seeds. However, half of the most important global food crops, do not produce suitable seeds and must rely on vegetative propagation. CEEDSTM technology is a very advanced form of vegetative propagation that is suitable for many crops.

Sugarcane is one such example, grown on 25 million hectares and traditionally planted using stem cuttings. CEEDSTM technology can dramatically change the planting logistics. Instead of planting from 12t to almost 20 tonnes of stem material a hectare to produce new crops, CEEDSTM technology can plant around 250kg/ha of plant propagules.

Harvest

Cassava, banana, sweet potato, potato, yam and pineapple are examples of other vegetatively propagated crops and there are many flowers and shrubs that are multiplied by this method. This form of propagation is therefore widely used, but often needs complex supply chains to establish new fields, plantations or horticultural demands.

Harvest

Patented CEEDSTM technology

 

New Energy Farms (NEF) has developed and patented CEEDSTM technology, an ‘artificial seed’ system for crops that do not produce conventional seeds. CEEDSTM simplifies the complex supply chains that are often required for vegetatively produced crops.

 

It creates many benefits:

– by reducing costs of production.

– produces propagules that can drilled like conventional row crops.

– reducing the quantity (weight and volume) of material that is planted.

– creates a more rapid method of introducing new varieties.

– offers an efficient field delivery mechanism for targeting crop protection products.

– complementary technology for tissue culture and other vegetatively propagated techniques.

 

NEF provides CEEDSTM technology under Licensing Agreements to interested parties for commercial use in a number of crops.

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CeedsTM Technology

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