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The breeding in South Moravia, the warmer part of Czech Republic, has a long tradition. This tradition started from 60. years of 19. century, when Johan Gregor Mendel ( 1822 - 1884 ) made his study with peas and formulated the principle of heritability and established the fundament of genetics.
Breeding station located at Cejc was created at 1950 with main aim - plant breeding. A lot of important agricultural species was breaded at station during the years and many of new varieties of agricultural crops created at station was used at large agricultural production. The maize was one of important crop, which was breaded from the beginning of station. The breading inbred lines and their crossing into hybrid combinations results at creation of many of maize hybrids for using especially for silage in these times.
Shareholder company CEZEA - šlechtitelská stanice was established in 1992 and reassumed to all previous breeding activities.
CEZEA - šlechtitelská stanice, joint stock comp., is sole company in Czech Republic now, which is interested in maize breeding resulting in maize hybrids for silage as well as for grain. The company has ownership and protected (breeders rights) maize hybrids for silage and grain at category FAO 200 - 400. The own genetics sources like the materials from international cooperation with similar breeding companies are used for maize hybrids breeding. The seeds of maize hybrids on base contract basis are produced at seed production partners, and these partners also sale the seeds to agricultural enterprises at Czech Republic and also in other countries of European Community (EU).
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