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The IFCO Difference.

Give yourself the best opportunity to maximize growth and yield with IFCO seedlings.

  • When extracted and shipped, IFCO seedlings maintain 100% of their root systems.
  • IFCO seedlings have a better survival rate and superior growth in the field.
  • Root regeneration potential is 50% greater for IFCO seedlings.

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IFCO Research and Development

Research & Development

IFCO participates in over six research and genetic cooperatives and is committed to bringing what was once only available to the elite to every landowner.

IFCO Testing and Production

Testing & Production

IFCO specializes in cross zone hybrid testing and orchard improvement to ensure that the highest quality seedlings are delivered to our landownders.

IFCO Packaging and Delivery

Packaging & Delivery

IFCO hand-packages each seedling and ships directly from our fields to the landowner.

Texas Leaf-Cutting Ant

The Texas Leaf-Cutting Ant  also known as town ant, parasol ant or cut ant has become a serious pest.  The Texas A & M Forest Service has information on this pest and on control methods.  Please click on the following link and read more about the Leaf-Cutting Ant: Texas Leaf Cutting Ant You may also […]

December 9, 2014 by IFCO

Using Imazapyr for Pine Seedling Chemical Site Prep

Working closely with the University of Florida School of Forest Resources and Conservation and The University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources IFCO has been able to provide you with information concerning the use of Imazapyr for chemical site preparation in the southern pine establishments.

August 4, 2014 by Phil Goodwin

Effects of Soil Problems

The two larger plots (background pines) were planted on P (phosphorous) deficient soils and P applied. The two smaller trees in the foreground were planted at the same time on P deficient soils and no P applied.

by Phil Goodwin

IFCO seedlings are grown in a medium of peat moss, vermiculite-perlite.