‘In breeding work, the standards are set higher and higher and the development of varieties is getting faster and faster. This means that in ten to fifteen years’ time, the whole variety package will have been turned upside down. As a result, a variety such as Spunta will also be minimised over this period’, says Robert Graveland, Director of HZPC Research. ‘We need to make the added value of our new varieties so important that nobody cares for the old varieties anymore.’
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