Integrated Plant Genetics Inc.
6911 NW 22nd St., Ste C
Gainesville, FL 32653

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Adding Value to Crops and Foods with Advanced Gene & GRAS Technologies

Tel: +1 (386) 418-3494
Fax: +1 (352) 338-7599

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IPG's Affiliations

Integrated Plant Genetics, Inc. management is affiliated with the University of Florida and its Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (ICBR). Its offices, research labratory and transgenic plant production facilities are located in Progress Corporate Park in Alachua, Florida, approximately 18 miles from the University of Florida campus.

IPG's proximity to UF makes it relatively easy to attract some of the best talent among its graduate student and postdoctoral population.

Progress Corporate Park is an excellent location for the core business because of 1) the high concentration of businesses which focus exclusively on biotechnology, 2) close proximity to University research talent and 3) proximity to State and federally-approved testing facilities suitable for the Company. Our affiliation with the UF incubator in Alachua as a BDI Graduate company gives us access to the same Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (ICBR) Core laboratory services available to UF faculty and staff.

The abundance of land, moderate environment, excellent port facilities and proximity to agriculture-related industries make Florida a perfect location for IPG to grow and expand. Florida is also ideal for partnerships with nurseries and seed producers for propagating the final, improved products. IPG is proud of its long affiliation with Reed Brothers Citrus Nurseries (Dundee, Florida)

IPG is pleased to announce its collaboration and partnership with Southern Gardens Citrus (Clewiston, FL) in a continuing effort to develop and market citrus trees resistant to both citrus greening and citrus canker diseases. Southern Gardens Citrus press release and field trial photos of IPG's genetically modified, DiseaseBlock citrus, September, 2009

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Southern Gardens Citrus announces field trials of genetically modified citrus carrying an IPG DiseaseBlock® gene for resistance to citrus greening

Citrus "Greening" or "Huanglongbing" disease spreads well beyond Florida to now threaten California.

In 2005, 75% of the cotton, almost 50% the corn, and 85% of the soybeans planted in the U.S. were biotech-enhanced