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ROCKET SCIENCE

12-12-2016

In the summer of 2016, 600,000 children became space biologists as they began a 35 day experiment to sow and grow rocket (Eruca sativa) seeds from Tozer Seeds which had spent six months on board the International Space Station (ISS).

While our space biologists were busy carrying out their Rocket Science experiment, The Royal Horticultural Society and Royal Holloway University of London undertook a germination experiment under controlled laboratory conditions. 

The results of both experiments have been revealed and can be found here Rocket Science Results

They have been commented on by four Science Experts including our own Director of Research and Development, Dr Frances Gawthrop

 

May 24, 2018

ISF World Seed Congress in Brisbane, Australia

Our Area Manager for the Asia-Pacific region, Bruno Tigani, will be at the International Seed Federation next week – 3rd-6th June. This event will bring together the principal architects and decision makers of the global seed industry. If you haven’t alreadyRead More

May 14, 2018

Spring in to Kale

Please click on the link to view our May newsletter focusing on Kale this month Kale newsletter May 2018

April 30, 2018

New Celery varieties launched in the US

                          We are launching two newer celery lines, Hudson and Rivalry, which show excellent yield and field holding ability. These two newer lines are both main season onwardsRead More