Our European partners
We perform GEP trials over a large geographical area of Europe, in Sweden as well as through subcontractors in Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and the Czech Republic. This enables us to find our clients the perfect trial location(s) and enables our clients to go through us with many of their trials.
LAAPC – Latvia
The Latvian Plant Protection Research Centre is the testing unit that holds the Certificate for Conduct of Efficiency Examination Trials of Plant Protection Products in Latvia since 2004. The testing unit has been certified for trials with herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, seed treatments, plant growth regulators, desiccants, repellents, limacides, biological plant protection products, tree wound protectants, and disinfectants.
LAMMC – Lithuania
The Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry is a State research institute operating as a budgetary institution. The Centre’s strategic objective is to conduct R&D in the fields of agronomy, forestry, as well as related fields of ecology and environmental sciences, biology, biophysics, botany and zoology. LAMMC performs GEP trials in both agricultural and horticultural crops.
Nylands Svenska Lantbrukssällskap – Finland
Nylands Svenska Lantbrukssällskap has conducted independent field trials at Västankvarn trial station for more than 20 years. The testing unit performs GEP trials in all commercial crops but foremost in cereals and oil seed plants.
The main acctivity for Nylands Svenska Lantbrukssällskap is agricultural advising and consulting.
ZZS Kujavy – The Czech Republic
The agricultural testing station Kujavy Ltd. (in short ZZS Kujavy. s.r.o.) is certified to carry out GEP trials, and has over 15 years of experience holding trials in plant protection. The ZZS provides a comprehensive field study service for evaluation of plant protection products, tests for assessing biological efficacy, selectivity, effects on succeeding crops. The tests are set up and conducted according to EPPO standards. Herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, growth regulators, seed protectants are tested for field crops (cereals, rape, sunflower, poppy, beet, potato) and special crops such as – for example: milk thistle (Silybum marianum), purple tansy (Phacelia tanacetifolia), etc.