Dieckmann GmbH & Co. KG

Koverden 1
31737 Rinteln

Fon: +49 (0) 5152 / 699 71-0
Fax: +49 (0) 5152 / 699 71-29


DIECKMANN Seeds is a medium-sized breeding company based in Lower Saxony, Germany. Following the sale of its rape seed and rye operations in Summer 2013, DIECKMANN Seeds now specializes in the breeding of wheat and barley. Regarding the breeding of beta-glucan rich winter barley for the healthy nutrition we are in a worldwide leading position.The development of waxy wheat with 100% amylopectine starch for the food industry is also in progress.

For generations, DIECKMANN Seeds has been breeding high performance varieties for cultivation in both Western and Eastern Europe. DIECKMANN Seeds is also opening up new market segments for grain varieties that have been bred to contain specific features that give higher added value to agriculture. Amylopectin rich waxy cereal varieties for the milling and starch industry and light-coloured grain rye are setting ground-breaking standards.

In keeping with the company philosophy: Working Independently, Co-operating Internationally, DIECKMANN Seeds, an independent breeding company, maintains a wide network of partners from research, breeding and sales to food industry and agriculture, and rapidly translates innovation into advances into new varieties.

Our beta®Barley- Simply brillant!

About half million viewers informed themselves on 14.02.12 about the beta®Barley by DIECKMANN Seeds. The magazine "Simply brillant" by the German TV station MDR reports about genious innovations. Journalists from the MDR magazine visited DIECKMANN Seeds to report about the beta®Barley and the beta®Barley bread, which helps to lower cholesterol.

Inventor Centre Northern Germany (EZN)

The inventor Centre Northern Germany (EZN) celebrated its 30th birthday on 10th October 2011. Universities, businesses and inventors had the honour on this occasion and presented their inventions in Hanover. Also DIECKMANN Seeds with the betaBARLEY® joined the game.

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FEI - Project Of The Month

The research group of the food industry (FEI) has nominated the beta-glucan rich barley as the project of the month

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