Production of qualified propagating material and the CAC

We produce qualified virus-free propagating material and material of the CAC category. Our production also includes M26, M9, MM106, Colt vegetative rootstocks of fruit trees, which amount to approx. 600,000 a year. We have the machine base necessary for the production needs (Agromod, Lauvers, Felco and Kubota).

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We have modern
machine base

Qualified propagating material, free from viral diseases.

The area of
30 own
and 10 leased hectares.

We issue
all documents
required by ARiMR.

Average annual production

Annually, we produce about 120,000 fruit trees (apple, pear, apricot, plum, cherry, peach, nectarine, walnut, hazelnut) and 30,000 fruit bushes (black currant, red currant, climbing and bushy gooseberry). Our production also includes M26, M9, MM106, and Colt vegetative rootstocks of fruit trees, which amount to approx. 600,000 a year.

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fruit trees

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fruit bushes

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fruit tree vegetative rootstocks


Our sales markets include Poland, the Czech Republic, Lithuania and Slovakia. The recipients of our material are private gardeners and garden centres. We also work with well-known nurseries from the Netherlands. Our priority is the quality and health of the nursery material. Our fruit trees are subject to an annual qualification and a multi-stage assessment.



A family business operating since 1951

Nursery Farm SZCZOT is a Polish family company with a long tradition. The farm is located in the town of Staw (Greater Poland Voivodeship), 20 km from Kalisz. Our nursery was founded in 1951 by Leon and Antonina Strupczewski (grandparents of the current owner) and was one of the few private nurseries operating at that time in Greater Poland. In the following years, the farm was run by Mieczysław and Krystyna Sczczot, and now Paweł and Ewelina, who is proud to continue the almost 70-year old tradition.

Leon and Antonina Strupczewski

The founders of the farm.

Leon Strupczewski

The founder of the farm.

Mieczysław and Krystyna Szczot

The continuators of the nursery tradition.