NURSERY  MONTEFRUTAL

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CHERRY PLANTS

We develop plants in Acid Guindo Pattern  with the varieties Bing, Rainier, Regina and Kordia .  In addition, we complement the projects developed inacid rootstock , with plant propagation in the Colt Pattern in Lapins and Skeena varieties.

 

The pattern Guindo acid is a pattern  rustic, which adapts well to different soil conditions , possesses a high resistance to heavy and humid soils, with high dart formation , higher induction, excellent rooting ability and entry into earlier production .

 

  Today we are completing approximately 1,500 ha. planted indifferent valleys , with great success in  production , quality and sustainability of the orchards.

 

We currently have bare root and bag formats , both from our selection of serpents and meristematic clones . The latter occupy more than 85% of our offer of plants.

KIWI PLANTS

The increased demand for kiwi plants led us to resume production, with the task of making plants of superior quality , healthy and that provide better characteristics to the variety.

 

We are associated with one of the most innovative nurserymen from Italy , implementing new formats from woody cuttings and tomuri patterns , which allow plants to be finished in the same year and have a greater diversity of  kiwi patterns.

  

The marketing model del Vivero has as a fundamental pillar the post-sale service , which begins with the start-up of the plants until the first year of training . During this period visits are made to the orchards to see the percentage of seizure and sprouting of the plants delivered.

Since 2007 we develop high quality plants, with technology, innovation and high productivity in fruit projects

 

POLLEN  MONTEFRUTAL

One of the biggest problems facing the Chilean kiwi industry is achieving better quality and homogeneity of the product. These production objectives are totally linked to the content of seeds and therefore, to a good pollination / fertilization.  

 

Different variables intervene in this , such as the choice of good pruning material , correct fertilization , adequate luminosity, an appropriate load of fruits and, most importantly, good pollination .

 

More than forty companies have found in assisted pollination a good alternative to improve productivity and ensure its continuity over time , reducing climate risk and / or the effects of poor work on bees.

 

The Pollination Area has been extracting pollen since 1994 and has been successfully marketing it since 2000 .