Central Botanical Garden

http://cbg.org.by/  
220012 Minsk, Surganova Str, 2A

Biotechnology of phytorecultivation of high-moor peat deposits that have retired from industrial exploitation based on the use of plant-microbial associations

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

Belarus

IDENTIFIER

TO7109

PUBLISHED

2023-06-22

LAST UPDATE

2023-06-22

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Liudmila Goncharova
office@cbg.org.by
Summary
Central Botanical Garden offers consumers biotechnology for phytorecultivation of high-moor peat deposits that have retired from industrial exploitation based on the use of plant-microbial associations under a commercial agreement with technical assistance and is looking for partners to conclude a research cooperation agreement.
Description
With the use of domestic nitrogen-fixing and phosphate-mobilizing microbial fertilizers, which promote the activation of the processes of development and fruiting of plants and ensure the production of environmentally friendly, high-quality berry products, a biotechnology has been developed for growing blueberries on reclaimed areas of depleted upland peatlands.

The large-scale introduction of the development into practice of specialized farms of various forms of ownership will fully meet the needs of the population of the Republic of Belarus in high-vitamin, environmentally friendly blueberry berry products, primarily for baby and diet food, which is of great social importance, and also creates prerequisites for increasing foreign exchange earnings. through the sale of berries and products of their processing abroad.

The results of the technology are widely demanded by blueberry producers, mainly by farms focused on obtaining environmentally friendly berry products, as well as by peat enterprises in the northern regions of Belarus when carrying out reclamation activities on depleted peatlands.
Advantages and Innovations
For the first time in the Republic of Belarus, the cultivation of blueberries with the use of complex microbial fertilizers without or with minimal application of mineral fertilizers has been started. Foreign blueberry producers mainly use mineral fertilizers to increase the yield of berry products (USA, Chile, Canada, etc.).
Stage of development
Already on the market
Funding source
State budged
Internal
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Secret know-how
Sector group
Agrofood
Environment

Client information

Type
R&D institution
Year established
1932
NACE keywords
A.01.24 - Growing of pome fruits and stone fruits
A.01.25 - Growing of other tree and bush fruits and nuts
A.01.30 - Plant propagation
M.72.11 - Research and experimental development on biotechnology
M.72.19 - Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
Turnover (in EUR)
10-20M
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Yes
Additional comments
The Central Botanical Garden of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus is the largest center in the country for the conservation of biodiversity of living plants, a leading scientific institution in the field of introduction, acclimatization, physiology, molecular biology, biotechnology, biochemistry and plant ecology. Research and practical work in the field of plant introduction ensured the creation of a gene pool of decorative and economically useful introduced plants from more than 15 thousand names.

In accordance with the Charter, the main goal of the Central Botanical Garden is to conduct scientific research in the field of introduction, botany, physiology, biochemistry and biotechnology, ecology, green building and phytodesign, rational sustainable use and protection of flora resources, as well as the preservation of the gene pool of plants of the world flora .
The Central Botanical Garden is one of the oldest botanical institutions in Belarus. In 1999, by decision of the Government of the Republic of Belarus, it was given the status of a scientific object constituting a national treasure. The Central Botanical Garden has been declared a botanical natural monument of republican significance and a historical and cultural value. Today it is a unique natural object of landscape gardening art, combining the functions of a metropolitan landmark and the most important cultural, educational, environmental, educational and educational center.

Main directions of scientific and scientific-technical activity:
- efficient use, renewal and protection of flora resources;
- identification of physiological and biochemical patterns and mechanisms of formation of resistance and productivity of plants;
- creation of scientific foundations for the introduction, protection, selection and management of acclimatization processes and - biological productivity of economically useful plants based on traditional and modern methods of biotechnology and genetic engineering;
- biological monitoring, ecology;
- industrial botany;
- green building and phytodesign;
- use of plant resources in industry, agriculture, medicine;
- solution of problems of biosafety of biological methods and technologies.

Promising areas of work of the Central Botanical Garden:
- development of scientific foundations and practical measures for the effective sustainable use of plant resources in the economy and social sphere of the country, for the conservation of the gene pool of rare and endangered species and habitats of representatives of the Belarusian flora.
- creation of new competitive varieties of decorative, medicinal, spicy-aromatic, bioenergetic plants and projects of original decorative compositions for various landscaping objects, incl. interiors.
- development of effective methods for accelerated production of planting material based on in vitro culture and methods for identification and protection against bacterial and viral infection in order to obtain a healthy planting material.
- study of the genetic diversity of plants and plant communities, their habitats and ecosystems, solving problems of systematics and taxonomy using traditional and molecular genetic approaches.
Languages spoken
English
Russian

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Commercial agreement with technical assistance
Research cooperation agreement
Type and role of partner sought
Consumers interested in purсhasing biotechnology for phytorecultivation of high-moor peat deposits that have retired from commercial operation based on the use of plant-microbial associations under a commercial agreement with technical assistance.

Partners interested in the development of biotechnology for phytorecultivation of high-moor peat deposits that have retired from industrial exploitation based on the use of plant-microbial associations under a research cooperation agreement.
Type and size of partner sought
> 500
251-500
SME 51-250
SME 11-50
SME <= 10
R&D Institution
University
Sole proprietor

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