A good advice results to a much better yield!

More growers are looking for the right quality of coco for their crops. To be closer to the customers and to communicate more directly with them Dutch Plantin attends more local exhibitions abroad. It is a pity when growers are supplied with a coco that is not the best for their crops, often disappointing in…

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First new tomatoes in Belgium

Three weeks ago, at the 20th of December of 2012, a Dutch Plantin customer in Belgium harvested his first new tomatoes. These were planted under assimilation lights on October the 15th and already after 3½ weeks rooted through the whole bag. The grower is already growing for several years on coco, and he is very…

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Dutch Plantin India celebrates Festival Pooja

Dutch Plantin considers sustainability as a broad concept. For us it doesn�t end with efficient use of water or pressing coco to minimize fuel waste. Sustainability means taking care of ‘the Dutch Plantin Family’ as well. That is why we have good health and safety policies for our employees. But like every family does, we…

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Dutch Plantin joins again the Horti Fair in Amsterdam

The Horti Fair in Amsterdam is the largest and best known Horti Fair for growers and horticultural suppliers. Over 50,000 visitors visit this international trade fair each year. Just like last year, Dutch Plantin will be exhibiting as the leading manufacturer of coco products for the international horticulture sector. At the Horti Fair we will…

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Supply from compressed products from our Dutch stock

Dutch Plantin ships countless containers of compressed coco products directly from India to many customers all over the world. In addition to our shipments from India, we also sell compressed products from our stock in Holland, e.g.: *  buffered and washed 5 kg blocks on pallets *  buffered and washed briquettes of approximately 650 gr…

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Is all coco the same?

In professional horticulture, coco seems to be becoming a more important player as substrate, every year. Nevertheless, experiences are not always positive and therefore we focus on two important characteristics of coco: the physical aspects and the chemical aspects which can highly vary depending on the supplier.

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