IIMAK PM250 thermal transfer ribbons added to Avery Dennison UL certification

Underwriters Laboratory (UL) has issued UL969 certification for IIMAK’s PM250 wax-resin thermal transfer ribbon for indoor use in combination with four Avery Dennison label/adhesive combinations including: 3 Mil SYN Paper S8001 2.3 WH BOPP TC/S8001 3.0M SYN Paper/S333 2.3M WH BOPP TC/S6600 Printed labels produced under…

Profile Products partners with FibreDust for new coir and engineered fiber blocks

"Combining benefits of coir and fiberes into one ready-to-use block"

Profile Products, the manufacturer of HydraFiber engineered fiber substrate, is partnering with FibreDust, a supplier of coconut coir production, to provide growers and blenders with a preblended mix option that combines the benefits of coir and engineered fibers into one ready-to-use block. FibreDust…

ICL strengthens team appointing technical manager for growing media

"I am confident most sectors can make the transition to peat-free alternatives"

To help growers meet the new sustainable growing media challenges that lie ahead, ICL Professional Horticulture has further strengthened its technical team appointing Stuart Gammage to the role of Technical Manager for Growing Media in the UK and Ireland. With nearly 30 years’ practical hands-on growing…

Agaris continues with a demonstration project in Ghent

Creating a reusable grass fiber substrate

Local, circular, sustainable and innovative. This is the unique demonstration project coordinated between Releaf, Agaris and the City of Ghent. For this project, the partners investigated how green waste from the local area, in particular grass waste from urban spaces, can be reused and upgraded into a…

New video: five tips on container substrate quality

Dr. Kay Jeong of Sun Gro Horticulture describes key quality aspects and procedures for container substrates for commercial and retail use in a new YouTube video. This video is hosted by Dr. Paul Fisher of the University of Florida IFAS Extension, for the series “Five Tips for Horticulture” (https://tinyurl.com/ufgto).…

"For peat’s sake end extraction for horticulture"

Peat is an good growing medium, but soon, there will be a ban on the sale across the UK. So, what's the problem with peat, what does the ban entails and what are the alternatives? In an article on The Scotsman, this is all explained with mainly the hobby market as focus point.  Click here to read the complete…


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