Vitroplant Italia SRL, Agricultural Company.

"Vitroplant Italia is an agricultural company that has been operating for over 45 years in the fruit and horticultural nursery sector at an international level: in Europe, Asia, South Africa and Latin America.

It is an important reality capable of following the production chain from the "in vitro" seedling to the open-field nursery.

The R&D sector, through constant experimentation and study, has allowed the increase in the offer of quality products and the catalog of species. All this through the development and improvement of new production technologies.

The greenhouse systems are built with low environmental impact systems, using renewable energy; furthermore, particular attention is paid to the management of irrigation and water efficiency through the recovery and reuse of rainwater as well as the collection, treatment and recirculation of irrigation water.

These factors, together with the supervision and coordination skills of the Management, as well as the technical and analytical skills of the commercial sector, have contributed to broadening the range of quality products offered and the expansion and development of the Company."


Tali fattori, unitamente alle competenze di supervisione e coordinamento della Direzione, oltre a quelle tecniche e analitiche del comparto commerciale, hanno contribuito ad ampliare il ventaglio dei prodotti di qualità offerti e l’espansione e sviluppo della Società."



Vitroplant Italia Srl was the first to obtain and spread certified virus-free micropropagated rootstocks, and also produced and spread (after agronomic experimentation) the first self-rooted kiwi, pear, peach, apricot and vine plants.
In the last 5 years it has implemented the production phase to obtain grafted potted plants of Actinidia deliciosa and chinensis, table and wine vines, and stone fruit.
Vitroplant Italia Srl, with its genetic improvement projects, has obtained products that have had a wide diffusion such as Actinidia K, the pollinator P1, the only clonal rootstock D1, the rootstock Z1® (ZedOne®) and artichoke selections including the Romanesco C3A Plus, the Super-Romanesco Apollo®, Exploter®, Life®, Ares®, VP80®.
Furthermore, new rootstocks are being tested for the evaluation of resistance to root dieback and PSA, new selections of Actinidia chinensis, A. deliciosa and A. arguta, vine and artichoke obtained at the Vitroplant headquarters.

Vitroplant is currently working to improve techniques for the commercial diffusion of walnut, olive, chestnut, apricot and biomass plants, clonal rootstocks of Persea americana (Avocado), Ceratonia siliqua (Carob), rootstocks and self-rooted for pistachio etc. Work is also underway to industrially propagate olive tree varieties tolerant to Xylella fastidiosa.
Vitroplant boasts collaborations with various Italian and foreign universities with which it has launched projects for agronomic improvement and resistance to various pathologies at the service of the world's nursery industry.
Vitroplant is collaborating with New Kiwi Plant (as one of the exclusive nurseries).


The main objectives of Vitroplant Italia s.r.l. are to obtain high levels of QUALITY and HEALTHY of the final product, following the entire production chain from the "in vitro" seedling to the field nursery, thanks to a control system and continuous research on improvement of production activities carried out by company managers together with their staff.
To understand the activity carried out by Vitroplant Italia it is important to know that the production of nursery material is entirely obtained according to the strict application of the National and European Genetic-Health Certification rules.

The specific task of the Company is the in vitro micropropagation of fruit, horticultural, medicinal and forestry species. Vitroplant adheres to the National Genetic Health Certification program and produces certified plants under the control of the competent authorities, starting from rootstocks: certified micropropagates and using propagation material taken from mother plants that have been controlled by the Regional Phytosanitary Service.