The institute in the 50s.
Mobile beet laboratory of the IfZ - in use for field trials throughout the country until the early 90s.
|1882||Establishment of the Agricultural Experimental Station in Bernburg/Halle, Germany, by the Association of the Sugar Industry (VdZ).|
|1945||The Experimental Station in Bernburg/Halle is closed.|
|1947||The Institute of Agronomy at the Georg-August-University of Goettingen provides rooms at the Holtensen Experimental Station to the Association of the Sugar Industry which establishes the Research Station of Sugar Beet Cultivation.|
|1952||The Institute is founded at its present site, Holtenser Landstrasse 77 in Goettingen. The Association of the Sugar Industry and the Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs of Lower Saxony establish a cooperation between the Research Station of Sugar Beet Cultivation and the Georg-August-University of Goettingen.|
|1953||9th July: Inauguration and official naming: |
Institute of Sugar Beet Research
|1983||Establishment of the Rhizomania Experimental Station at Groß-Gerau, Germany; moved to Goettingen in 1996.|
|1991||The Coordination Board (KA) at the IfZ is founded.|
|2002||The IfZ is granted the status of an "Associated Institute" at the University of Goettingen.|
|2011||Foundation of COBRI (Coordination Beet Research International)|