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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.

IFCO Seedlings & The Northern Bobwhite Restoration Initiative

Northern Bobwhite populations declined by 82% between 1966 and 2010, one of the most dramatic declines in the U.S. In New Jersey the species is believed to be functionally extinct with the possibility of some birds still existing in southwestern NJ. 

December 1, 2015 by Content Team

Continuing Forestry Credits & Loggers Credits

The 2015 Forest inSight Conference scheduled for October 27-29, 2015 at the Rainwater Conference Center in Valdosta, Ga has been approved for: 12.5 Hours Credit for the two day conference with 4.5 hours credits for the field tour Also:  The Continuing Loggers Credits have been approved for: 13.0 hours credit for the two day conference […]

September 9, 2015 by IFCO

Canadian Lumber Firms Bet on US Southeast

Article by Jane Gerster-August 27, 2015/Canada Real Time Canadian companies’ share of lumber production in 8 southeastern states has grown to 25%  from just 3% a decade ago according to Forest Economic Advisors LLC. Canadian firms’ options for growth at home are more limited.  British Columbia was hard hit by a mountain pine beetle infestation […]

September 8, 2015 by IFCO

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