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Forever Plants Group (Kwekerij Zwethlande) keeps insects at bay
Growing healthier with insect nettingThe worldwide trend of healthier growing does not only apply to food, but to plants as well. Sustainable and responsible cultivation is what matters at the Forever Plants Group. Forever Plants, an innovative family company from the Persoon family, grows plants that make the world more beautiful, greener and.....
Effect of low-frequency electromagnetism on root-knot nematodesNematodes. There may be no other creature so omnipresent around us yet so unknown outside of specialist circles. Nathan Augustus Cobb, widely recognized as the “father of nematology” summed up their ubiquity in a 1915 essay: “If all the matter in the universe except the nematodes were swept away, our.....
A sneak peek in an Austrian tulip greenhouseIn the following video, Marco Waibel, from the horticultural company by the same name, talks about the production process of the tulip. The video is in German.
Tips and Tricks for Outdoor Mum and Hydrangea Production this SummerDo you grow hardy mums and hydrangeas outdoors? If so, this blog post is for you! Flowers Canada Ontario, the Soil Resource Group and OMAFRA have collected data about fertilizer and water management in outdoor greenhouse crops over the last few summers, and have some updated production information for.....
Propagating hyacinths in 1896 and todayDaffodils, tulips, and most other bulbs multiply naturally underground by producing offsets or daughter bulbs. Roman hyacinths do, too, but – after centuries of breeding – traditional garden hyacinths multiply so slowly on their own that bulb growers long ago developed ways to speed up the process.The.....
How to color a hydrangeaHow to color a hydrangea. Much is known to growers, however coloring one yourself ain't all that easy. The Reactions team, a group of scientists from the American Chemical Society (ACR), published a video demonstrating - by trial and error - how it could be done:Click here for more information on ACR
OptiPlug and Dijk van Dijk perfect the cultivation of hydrangeas
Looking for the perfect plug plantCultivation often begins with plug plants, and there is a ton of science involved in creating these little plugs. Every crop has its own ideas about what ideal germination conditions are, but all plants are vulnerable during the initial stage. This is when the root system is created, and in the tiniest plant.....
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