Planflora: seedlings with genetics and technology25/02/2015
With experience of over 30 years in nurseries, forest plantations and management in several Brazilian states, Planflora Forest Seedlings will be present at the 5th Fair of the Forest. The company is permanently committed to seeking technological innovations and develop plants with differentiated genetic performance for each purpose of forestry use. The constant evaluation of different species and procedence generated gene banks invaluable to forest improvement programs. Na example of success was the selection of the clone of Eucalyptus grandisPlanflora GPC23 designed to meet the need for timber forest sector which came implementing forests with seminal seedlings or clones selected in other climatic regions and for the production of pulp and paper or charcoal.
Planflora Forest seedlings is located at the margins of BR 153 Km 96 in Concordia - SC. Serving Forest workersin the área of logging, furniture, wood preservation plants and biomass of RS, SC, PR, SP, mountainous region of Rio de Janeiro, south of the MT and south of MG. Much of the proceeds from the activity are applied in research to select clones for specific uses and obtaining new with Planflora Hybridization Project. For the production of seedlings, it has modern and technology-dependent infrastructure and use the best genetics, better inputs and the best silvicultural practices aiming to add value to their customers.
For Planflora, the correctly implanted forest , respecting the Forest Code, after the native forests is the second best way to ensure a healthy environment for future generations, since it eliminates the annual use of pesticides,it stabilizes the water regime, conserving soil, it improves the quality of air and water, not to mention that it is a renewable resource and indispensable in carbon fixation ,which causes the greenhouse effect, with unpredictable consequences for the habitability of our planet. Pioneering initiatives such as the Panflora Technology Innovation Project, aiming to significantly boost productivity and the industrial use of wood from planted forests, they decrease the pressure on the deforestation of native forests that currently still supply large percentage of the global timber market.