Welcome to Tozer Seeds, we are your local multinational; an independent British vegetable breeding company dedicated to providing quality seed and to developing innovative varieties in over 25 species.
How to get the best results from Biofumigation. What is biofumigation? All brassicas contain organic compounds called glucosinolates to a varying degree. In the right conditions some of these glucosinolates produce active compounds which are useful in the suppression ofRead More
Tozer Seeds is pleased to announce the appointment of Marcel Bloemendaal as their new Sales Director for Northern Europe. Marcel will be based in the Netherlands and will be responsible for sales to distributors throughout Northern Europe. He will headRead More
Seasonal part-time pollinators required for approximately 6 weeks from now at our Cobham head office site. You’ll work in greenhouses within the plant breeding department, pollinating brassica flowers. The work requires good eyesight as it is fine and detailed. Part-timeRead More
Celery has been grown for food since Roman times and cultivated for at least 200 years. Tozer Seeds has been breeding hybrid celery for nearly forty years since the early 1980s, developing varieties which are suitable to be grown throughoutRead More
Kale is one of our top products and as we breed more varieties with a sweeter flavour profile we need to understand the impact on pest control. We are happy to announce our latest PhD based at the University ofRead More
Tozer Seeds have a vacancy for a Lead Associate for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with the Centre for Novel Agricultural Products in the Department of Biology, University of York. Tozer Seeds are the largest independent UK vegetable breeding company andRead More
Tozer Seeds and Coronavirus Tozer Seeds recognise that we are currently experiencing an unprecedented situation which requires nations, communities and individuals to take multiple steps to mitigate the exceptional risk we are currently facing. Safety First and foremost our responsibilityRead More