France

Locations

France

Mâcon Research Station, France

France

Nîmes, France

Spraying sunflowers, SynTech France

Spraying sunflowers by Thomas Bouly, SynTech France

Mâcon/Burgundy (Burgundy – east central) – The headquarters of SynTech Research SAS France is located in one of most productive vine growing regions of France. This field research station can provide both European North and South GLP/GEP data requirements and the EU Regulatory Service. This station can grow the majority of crops grown in France.

Trials are also conducted in the following locations covering a diverse range of crops;

  • Nîmes (south east) – major crops are: cereals, vegetables, maize, trees and vines
  • Amiens (north) – major crops are: cereals, sugar beet, potatoes and maize
  • Tours (west) – major crops are: cereals, oilseed rape, trees, vines, maize and vegetables
  • Toulouse (south west) – major crops are: cereals, vegetables, maize, trees and vines
  • Gaillon (north west) – major crops are: cereals, sugar beet, potatoes and maize
  • Clermont-Ferrand (central) – major crops are: cereals, beet, maize and vegetables

Other features include:

  • Glasshouses and laboratories;
  • Ecotoxicology facilities at Nîmes and Mâcon plus global lead;
  • Seed handling and treatment trials.

Country contact

Jacques Galès
email: jgales@syntechresearch.com

For further information visit:
www.syntechresearch.com