The Plant Breeding and Acclimatization Institute (IHAR) - National Research Institute is the largest Polish research centre in the multi-disciplinary area of crop improvement, biotechnology, germplasm conservation and enhancement. IHAR was founded in 1951 for research in breeding and seed production of major field crops.

The current mission of IHAR is to develop:

  • theoretical principles and research methodologies related to germplasm conservation, enhancement and utilization in breeding of field crops,
  • seed science and seed production,
  • collection and preservation of plant germplasm resources for breeding and research programmes.


Research agenda is focused on:

  • identification of genetic sources of the important agronomic traits,
  • studies on their genetic control and methods of utilization,
  • research on the mechanisms controlling crop resistance to diseases, pests and environmental stresses,
  • application of biotechnological methods in plant breeding and gene transformation.

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News

18.07.2019

NANO-BIOTECHNOLOGY IN PLANT BREEDING & PLANT PROTECTION PERSPECTIVES TOWARDS FOOD SECURITY AND SUSTAINABILITY

With apology and regret the Organizing Committee conveys information to all participants interested to attend the conference that because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the conference is cancelled
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26.06.2019

Guests from the Estonian Seed Association in IHAR-PIB

On July 17, 2019, IHAR-PIB hosted a group of guests from the Estonian Seed Association. 
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16.11.2018

A visit of guests from Romania - November 15th, 2018

On November 15, 2018, IHAR-PIB hosted a group of scientists from the University of Agronomy Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Research Center for Studies of Food Quality and Agricultural Products.
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19.10.2018

World Food Day, October 16, 2018


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Conferences

08.03.2019

NANO-BIOTECHNOLOGY IN PLANT BREEDING & PLANT PROTECTION

PERSPECTIVES TOWARDS FOOD SECURITY AND SUSTAINABILITY ...
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