End of harvest – growbag quality!

Every year, you probably buy fresh substrate to optimise your new crop, though it isn’t until the end of the harvest that you are able to establish the quality of your substrate. A fully rooted substrate with minimum volume loss indicate optimum cultivation. Below you will find an example of a Dutch Plantin growbag after perfectly cultivated tomatoes:

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Agrii announces new partnership with Dutch Plantin

Agrii is delighted to announce that they are to become National Distributors for Dutch Plantin, the innovative market leaders in the production and supply of coco-peat and coco products. Established for thirty years, Dutch Plantin is the World’s largest producer of coco-peat, with eleven production sites across Asia, Africa and the Netherlands. Agrii is a…

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Bilashaka Lodge: “a little paradise”

Bilashaka Flowers is the Kenyan company of Zuurbier & Co., led by Joost and Ingrid Zuurbier. The company is situated at Lake Naivasha, a two-hour drive from Nairobi. In addition to the 28 ha cultivation of roses the couple owns ‘a little paradise’ called Bilashaka Lodge. Bilashaka Lodge is a guesthouse in the middle of…

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Participation in strawberry conference provides interesting new contacts

Early September the International Strawberry Congress took place in Antwerp (Belgium). Nearly 300 participants from 24 countries shared their knowledge and experiences about strawberries. Strawberries are a very popular product among consumers worldwide. The producing countries export large volumes to countries where little is produced. To adapt to the growing demand for strawberries, several countries…

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