40 years of experience
in tree production
Tsesmelis Nursery is a company that produces healthy and certified propagative material. On our facilities we produce each year trees of peach, nectarine, apricot, cherry, apple, pear, almond, pistachio, walnut, etc. Our goal is to provide new genetic material which will improve the quality and quantity of our partner’s production. In collaboration with the world’s most dynamic companies, we have introduced several new varieties in Greece in recent years. This effort continues and improves continuously with visits to experimental fields abroad as well as with the creation of a mother plantation for budwoods and monitoring of new varieties in protected areas in our country. Our goal is to ensure the success of our partners.
The rootstocks that we use are produced in vitro free from diseases and viruses.
Our budwoods come from healthy mother plantations to ensure the production of healthy and strong seedlings.
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On our premises we produce each year trees of peach, nectarine, apricot, cherry, apple, pear, almond, pistachio, walnut, etc.CHECK ALL OUR SPECIES
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Many of the varieties currently marketed in Greece are protected by royalties.
Unfortunately, in Greece, many producers in cooperation with some nurseries do not respect this situation, which applies to the rest of Europe. This leads us to international isolation in this area because of our unreliability.
A typical example is the case of the Pink Lady trade name derived from the Crisps Pink apple variety. We have repeatedly asked the company that owns the variety to give us the permission to reproduce it, but they have denied it because unfortunately in Greece we can not protect it from illegal reproduction. Many companies that now own intellectual varieties are thinking the same way, and we are leading to international isolation in this area as well.