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NL: Arcadia starts with Antonov, Pjotr and Momoko

Arcadia and Dekker Chrysanten are strengthening their existing collaboration by expanding the range within Arcadia. The new location in De Lier, the Netherlands, will be completely filled with Antonov and Pjotr breeds. Momoko will be grown at their location in Woudtzicht, the Netherlands. This will make Arcadia the prime supplier of the Antonov, Pjotr and Momoko varieties.



Dekker Chrysanten is proud of this step. "This is a major step forward to ensure the continuity of breeds in the market along with Arcadia," according to the breeder. After all, they are always looking for the right product-market combinations.


Antonov

Arcadia has set itself a clear mission: in 30 years we will still be here and how or what is of less importance, emphasizing a lasting good cooperation between the breeder and Arcadia.

Dekker Chrysanten
Julianaweg 6a
1711 RP Hensbroek
T: +31 (0)226 456060
E: info@dekkerchrysanten.nl
www.dekkerchrysanten.com



Arcadia Chrysanten
Achterweg 55
1424 PP De Kwakel
T: +31 (0)297 38 33 33
www.arcadiachrysanten.nl


Publication date: 12/21/2016

 


 

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