The  STEC Food to Be meeting

The ministry of economic affairs together with the municipality of Eindhoven organised from May 30 till June 5 an exhibition with 40 of the most innovative Dutch companies, universities and designers. This unique exposition was named  ‘The  STEC Food to Be’. At the opening the deputy minister of economic affairs of the Netherlands,  Martijn van Dam welcomed his EU colleagues. Solynta was one of the innovative Dutch companies and presented its HiSPoB project by a poster.

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F1 Hybrid Seed Potato Breeding

Abstract Compared to other major food crops, progress in potato yield as the result of breeding efforts is very slow. Genetic gains cannot be fixed in potato due to obligatory out-breeding. Overcoming inbreeding depression using diploid selfcompatible clones should enable to replace the current method of out-breeding and clonal propagation into an F1 hybrid system with true seeds. This idea is not new, but has long been considered unrealistic. Severe inbreeding depression and selfincompatibility in diploid germplasm have hitherto blocked the development of inbred lines.

Read more: Solynta ms F1 hybrid potato breeding 161211

The  STEC Food to Be meeting

The ministry of economic affairs together with the municipality of Eindhoven organised from May 30 till June 5 an exhibition with 40 of the most innovative Dutch companies, universities and designers. This unique exposition was named  ‘The  STEC Food to Be’. At the opening the deputy minister of economic affairs of the Netherlands,  Martijn van Dam welcomed his EU colleagues. Solynta was one of the innovative Dutch companies and presented its HiSPoB project by a poster.

hispob-bord-a1-druk