CVVP

CVVP, committed to agriculture and plant variety innovation

Trusting in CVVP to manage your plant variety, gives you the opportunity to be part of a consolidated community of plant breeders and experts, who are united and have one common goal: to be successful when it comes to managing their plant varieties.
CVVP

We are pioneers in the management of protected varieties and in constant evolution"

Currently CVVP manages seven protected varieties, doing essential work for breeders and licensees.
variedades

The flavor regains its prominence with the new varieties of stone fruit

Viveros Hernandorena opens the doors of its Experimentation Center to show the varieties of PSB, where flavor is the protagonist.
fruta de hueso

Lower volume of stone fruit throughout Europe

Forecasts indicate that Europe will not reach the optimal production potential in any of the areas of the producing countries.
manzana

Production of Kissabel apples increases in the Southern Hemisphere

Australia and Chile already have good quality harvests of the “red inside” apple varieties, while New Zealand and Argentina report promising results.
albaricoque

European apricot production is reduced

From Europech they have published a first forecast for the European apricot campaign, with data that points to a drop in production.
limón

The Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO) grants protection for the Summer Prim lemon

The Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO) has just granted protection to the Summer Prim lemon, a protection that extends throughout the entire territory of the Union until 2050.
almendro

Global quality and speed in the supply of almond plants, advantages of V. Hernandorena

The almond is one crop where Viveros Hernandorena is a specialist.

Joint call for extraordinary and urgent support to the European Flower & Live Plants Sector

The sector has sent a letter to the European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Janusz Wojciechowski with a series of urgent measures
Agricultura

The Value of European Agriculture

Statement by Juan Marín, President of the European Fruit and Vegetable Association (FruitVegetablesEUROPE) on the global crisis produced by COVID-19.