World leaders in pollination control
World leaders in pollination control

Institutes Research

Why our bags are best

By acting as the interface between plant science and nonwoven technology, we aim to deliver to our customers economic gains and superior genetic results by committing to continually improve our products through investing heavily in R&D.

Our innovative new ideas are evidence based and thoroughly tested. An increasing body of published research, conducted over six continents, demonstrates the efficacy of our products, in pollen control and cost effectiveness through higher seed count, lower contamination and reduced risk.

Cannabis, Hemp & Pollination Control: Unique Challenges in a New Sector

As a result of increased legality, a multi-billion industry has been born almost overnight in medical and recreational cannabis, and alongside this a restriction (both perceptual and actual) has been lifted from the industrial hemp sector

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New research shows how nonwovens improve plant breeding across the board

Newly published research in PLOS-One, carried out by NIAB, Aberystwyth University and PBS International, lifts the lid on the specialist nature of nonwovens for plant breeding.

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Comparison of Pollination Bags

for Mass Production of Controlled Cross Seeds in Loblolly Pine.

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Are nonwoven synthetic pollination bags a better choice for sorghum breeding?

This study reports the results of a follow up study from that of Schaffert et al.

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Evaluating the Efficacy of Synthetic Fibre Pollination Control Bags in Sorghum During the Rainy Season

The major objective of this study was to test novel nonwoven synthetic fabrics as replacement for paper bags.

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Comparing pollination control bag types for sorghum seed harvest

PBS pollination bags have been used in a study comparing pollination control bag types for Sorghum seed harvest.

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Reproductive biology of Melaleuca alternifolia (Myrtaceae)

PBS pollination bags have been used in a study into Melalecua alternifoila better known as the Narrow-leaved tea-tree, the source of tea-tree oil.

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IBERS comparing pollination bag types in miscanthus crosses

Comparing pollination bag types and the effect of environmental conditions on seed set in miscanthus crosses.

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Oklahoma State study into self-pollinating switchgrass

Recently an independent study was carried out by Oklahoma State University

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