Tissue-Grown Corporation was founded in 1986 and has an established business in the propagation of disease-indexed horticultural crops.
Tissue-Grown is emerging as a new type of technology company, combining commercial micropropagation and greenhouse production expertise with the disciplines of cell genetics and cell physiology. At its base the company has product lines of disease indexed horticultural plantlets and virus elite potato minitubers, geraniums and carnations and is a germplasm repository for potato cultivars.
Recently Tissue-Grown Corp. has expanded through new technologies and best practice methods into broader markets. Some examples include working with the newly FDA approved sweetener plant Stevia where ground breaking research is being done with automation and loss free environments. Also, due to benefits derived from research, Tissue-Grown Corp. is now able to work with tissue culture and greenhouse transitioning of many different varieties of trees and foods.
Tissue-Grown Corporation uses best practice methods and research and development investments to be a forward thinking green company. Due to these guidelines Tissue-Grown Corp. has grown despite being in the midst of a rough surrounding economy and is actively seeking expansion, investments, commercial research partners, and new projects.