Wieslaw Błocki Horticultural Farm was founded in 1984 by the Błocki Wieslaw after completing studies at AR Agricultural University in Warsaw.
The farm conducts agricultural activities on land with an area of 800 ha. The main activity is the production of fruits: black currant, red currant, cherry, chokeberry, and black currant nursery. In addition, cereals are grown: wheat, rye, triticale, rape, buckwheat, lupine, and vegetables such as beetroot, carrots, onions, celery, cabbage, parsley. The farm is also involved in breeding Limousin cattle breeds and hybrids.
Wieslaw Błocki Horticultural Farm owns a license authorizing the manufacture and sale of seedlings Scottish black currant varieties: Ben Alder, Ben Hope and Ben Tirran and Polish black currant varieties : Tisel, Tiben, Ores, Ruben, Gofert.
The farm is a member of BWB PODLASIE Sp. z o.o. in Siemiatycze (Podlasie, POLAND), which is a group of fruit and vegetables producers. President of the group is Wieslaw Błocki.
Wieslaw Błocki is known in Poland and worldwide as a specialist in the production of black currants, which actively supports the development of Polish and international market for these fruits.
In the years 2008-2012 Wieslaw Błocki was a board member of the International Blackcurrant Associasion – IBA.
In 2009-2012 Wieslaw Błocki was a member and president of the Blackcurrant Producers Organization in Poland, which in April 2012 became the National Blackcurrant Growers Association (KSPCP), where he also received the position of President.