Selectia Research Institute of
Field Crops was founded in Balti according the
Decision of Counsel of Peoples Commissars nr.337 from 01.01.1944 in former
USSR under the initial name as Experimental Station of SSR Moldova. In 1956
on the base of this Station in Balti and the
section of Crop Science which belonged to the Academy
of Science of Moldova the Moldavian Research
Institute in Agriculture was founded. In 1961 the institute was transformed
in the Moldavian Research Institute for Crop Breeding, Seed production and
Technology of Field Crops. In 1972 it was transformed in the Research
Institute of Field Crops.
In different periods of
time the institute was conducted by M.Liubcenco
(1945-1957), C.Moraru (1957-1961), M.Lupascu (1962-1978), M.Snegur
(1978-1981), I.Untila (1981-1993), M.Vronschih (1993-1999), B.Boincean
During the whole period of
activity (70 years) in the Selectia RIFC 318
varieties and hybrids were bred, including 128 varieties and hybrids
registered in Moldova and abroad.
Research works are fulfilled due to
2 doctors habilitate, 12 doctors of sciences and 40 scientific workers.
Buclet IP ICC Selectia
Catalogue of Varieties 2013