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The plant crop­ping con­tract for plants in ROBIN ANTI-CHIGNON® con­tainers

We ad­vise you to make the best choices :
Cultivation contract for Mr Emidio Angellozzi for 12 000 PLANTS TRUFFIERS ROBIN plants, including 7,000 truffle oaks (Quercus pubescens), produced from acorns and truffles provided by the client

From the origin of the seeds which are best suited to your si­t­u­a­tion.

To the volume and the type of con­tainer (in­di­vidual square ROBIN con­tainer or a Polystyrene 'hon­ey­comb' box).

It is the in­sur­ance for our clients to be able to choose the species of their young plants, to have the best quality and to ben­efit from the ROBIN money-back guar­antee.


Time­frame for im­ple­menting the crop­ping con­tract.

In gen­eral, the con­tract must be drawn up and signed in Jan­uary at the latest to be car­ried out in the best con­di­tions and to allow a de­livery in September of the same year. In cer­tain specific cases, ac­cording to the origin of the seeds or the age of the re­quested plants, it may be nec­es­sary to draw up the con­tract in au­tumn for a de­livery in au­tumn of the fol­lowing year.


HAUTE PER­FOR­MANCE® con­trolled my­c­or­rhizal plants.

Fol­lowing a soil phys­io­chem­ical anal­ysis, we ad­vise you on the choice of my­c­or­rhizal fungal species which is the best adapted to your plan­ta­tion site and which will give the best re­sults.



We can, starting at a min­imum quan­tity of 450 plants, grow in cul­ture under con­tract, your own batch of seeds that we can inoc­u­late with our own truf­fles or with truf­fles from your re­gion. These plants will in this way plants will in this way be per­fectly adapted to your re­gion.

Re­portage avec les pépinières ROBIN dans l'emis­sion ADN

 Our know-how rec­og­nized on na­tional and in­ter­na­tional levels.

140 000 young plants in ROBIN ANTI-CHIGNON con­tainers were pro­duced under a Cul­ti­va­tion Con­tract for the Eu­ro­pean pro­gramme RE­INF­FORCE.

The goal of the pro­gramme, pi­loted by the IEFC (Eu­ro­pean In­sti­tute for Cul­ti­vated Forest) is to pre­pare for the adap­ta­tion of Eu­ro­pean forests to cli­matic changes. All of the seeds were pro­vided by the cus­tomer.

The young plants, in­dexed in 300 resinous and de­cid­uous ge­netic units, were de­liv­ered during the 2011/2012 winter to 35 ar­bore­tums spread across the At­lantic cost of Northern Scot­land across to Southern Por­tugal.

 Cultivation contract for the REINFORCE project: Elliott pine (Pinus elliottii) from South Carolina Cultivation contract for the REINFORCE project: Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) from China


 Do not he­si­tate to con­tact one of our mar­keting people in your area if you have any ques­tion.