On the outskirts of Kwintsheul, the Netherlands, are the two complexes of trade nursery Gebr. Grootscholten. For more than 75 years, the company has grown a wide range of up to fifty annual summer bloomers; cyclamen, chrysanthemums, lavender, and other seasonal products.
The Van der Weijden dynasty in Kudelstaart, the Netherlands, has been cultivating three generations of Phalaenopsis orchids. The current owner Lennard continues the policy of his father Sjaak with paint; grow as sustainably as possible. Phalaenopsis, even completely organic, has been on the market for a year or six. No easy task.
He was one of the first to grow pointed peppers. That says everything about the progressiveness of Wim van der Lans. Wim was also quick in the field of sustainability. First as an individual grower, for 18 years under the SweetPoint flag and from 2015 also as a member of the Growers United cooperative. Wim talks about SweetPoint's sustainable ambitions.
Condensation droplets on your climate screens cause an 8% reduction in light. Svensson’s renewed H2no technology transforms these condensation droplets into a film of water, and thus prevents light from being lost.
Over four decades, Svensson has increased production and improved crop quality globally. But we are also helping growers worldwide to create a better climate for sustainable greenhouse cultivation with reduced climate impact.
Data is becoming increasingly valuable, also in greenhouse horticulture. That is no longer news. To measure is to know, but what do you know exactly? In addition to the data itself, the interpretation of data is just as important.
Join Svensson and Priva for an informative virtual session on complying with light abatement regulations without compromising your crops and the growing climate. Bypass your screening and computer control concerns by bringing your questions to the attention of our panelists.