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Planteck, a Canadian based company, has developed unique technologies for the micropropagation and large-scale production of diverse plant species.  The mission of Planteck is to develop commercially viable methods of micropropagation for new and added-value horticultural plants.

The result of early R&D has been that we are the FIRST lab in the world to commercially micropropagate peonies, previously considered impossible or difficult to micropropagate in economically viable quantities at reasonable cost.  We have also developed unique protocols for the in vitro germination of a large number of hardy orchids.  We have established protocols for production contracts of poplar, hostas, hellebores, ligularia, day lilies, geranium, canna, echinacea and pennisetum; and our product list continues to expand.

 

Our team is based at our research and production lab in l’Assomption, Quebec, Canada.

Our facilities include a fully equipped research laboratory and production laboratories with a capacity for over 1million plants annually, cold rooms, as well as a greenhouse and shadehouses to acclimatize and grown on our vitro plants.  Our products and services have been sold around the world (Canada, United States, Europe and Asia).

 

 

 

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Suzanne Prach December 12, 2012 at 0 h 08 min

hello ~ I am in need of the lady slipper orchid Cypripedium acule.
Is is possible to purchase such an orchid from you when it blooms in the Spring?
Thank you ~ a joyous holiday to you.
Suzanne Prach

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Richard Labbe December 12, 2012 at 15 h 55 min

Hi,

We do not have Cypripedium acaule available. I suggest that you contact Fraser Thimble Farm in British Columbia

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Dirk Leistikow December 9, 2011 at 13 h 48 min

Hi everybody,
I’m looking for TC young plants of Amelanchier can. ‘Prince William’. Do you know a lab which has this variety in his stock?

Thanks so much!
Best Dirk

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Richard Labbe December 12, 2011 at 17 h 00 min

Hi Sir,

We do not propagate this plants and for now I don’t know a lab that make TC of it.

Good luck in you search!

Richard

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