Phytocultures Tissue Culture - Potatoes, Orchids and Other Plants Phytocultures Tissue Culture - Potatoes, Orchids and Other Plants Phytocultures Tissue Culture - Potatoes, Orchids and Other Plants
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Are you looking for an easy, fast and cost-effective way to propagate plants?
Try our Phytokit™, a plant tissue culture kit suitable for propagation of plant species as diverse as potatoes, African violets, strawberries, Nordstrom Promo Code sugar cane, blueberries and bananas. Our kits come fully supplied with equipment and a training manual to do your own propagation. If you need assistance, we offer training, consulting and propagation services.

To help you get started, our website offers a wealth of 'how to' information on tissue culture.
To order your kit and other supplies, go directly to our catalogue.

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Phytocultures Online Products & Services Catalogue
Use our online Catalogue to order your kit, additional supplies and seed or plantlets directly from us!
Phytocultures Feature Product
Haskap  Lonicera caeruleaHaskap Lonicera caerulea

Haskap berries, aka Northern Blue Honeysuckle or Honeyberries, offer an exciting new opportunity for commercial development of an extremely winter tolerant plant that produces early season, high antioxidant , tasty fruit .

Six years of field research, conducted on a 28 acres Clyde River, PEI, Canada testing plot and variety breeding location, indicate that Phytocultures’ proprietary “INDIGO clones”(i.e. INDIGO TREAT and INDIGO GEM) are the most productive, best tasting and possess highest total antioxidant levels compared to other Blue Honeysuckle or Wild Low Bush Blueberries.
The INDIGO varieties can easily be planted with e.g. variety TUNDRA due to comparable blossom and ripening times, berry taste and berry shape.

Phytocultures Ltd. introduces this widely adapted new berry crop for commercial producers. Detailed production information, sources for propagating stocks and economic details for plantation establishment for this exciting new crop are available from Phytocultures Ltd. upon request.

Phytocultures research plots are open to visitors of interest by calling 902-629-1229 or emailing to make arrangements .
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Phytocultures – Potatoes, Orchids and Other Plants – Tissue Culture
Phytocultures has a germplasm bank with many varieties of potatoes, blueberries, cranberries, sweet potatoes, strawberries, orchids and other ornamental plants.