The western flower thrips (frankliniella occidentalis) or thrips, are a very dangerous pest for greenhouse growers as they are vectors of viruses.
Precision Growing Practices Dual Track Seminar
On Monday, March 25th, industry leaders Svensson, Priva, Signify, and Nunhems hosted a dual-track Precision Growing Practices seminar series in Leamington, Ontario.
Unique open summer screen Harmony 1315 O FR
“With Svensson's newest climate screen, HARMONY 1315 O FR, lighting tomato growers can get through the worst of climates, even a record hot summer...
Manipulation of climatic conditions for each type of grafted seedling
The production of grafted vegetable seedlings requires absolute protection against insects, and above all to be able to create the right climate conditions for each type of crop.
Svensson Americas Announces Growth, Office Doubles in Size
Svensson’s Americas subsidiary is undertaking a major expansion at its Charlotte, North Carolina location.
Extending the Life of Your Greenhouse Covering
We normally like growers to focus on their crop, its quality and yields, which is the essence of their business and what pays the bills at the end of every season...
New Managing Director in The Netherlands
As of 1st of April 2019, Wouter de Jong will take on his new role as our Managing Director.
Svensson receives HortiQ mark of quality
The HortiQ certificate demonstrates which companies are focused on top-class quality.
What is Next Generation Growing?
Next Generation Growing (NGG) is a new form of controlled environment production that was born in the Netherlands in the last decade. The main objective of NGG is to optimize...
Svensson introduces a unique summer climate screen for greenhouse tomato cultivation.
Svensson introduced its latest and greatest new climate screen, HARMONY 1315 O FR, at the HortiContact in Gorinchem.
Total Insect Exclusion allows vital Impatiens walleriana research to proceed
Researchers at Cornell University’s Long Island Horticultural Research and Extension Center (LIHREC) are using Svensson’s Econet 1515 insect control screen...
Better technologies provide better whitefly pest control
The growth of greenhouse tomato production in the state of San Luis Potosi, Mexico continues to rise, seeing some very progressive growers looking for better technologies that can help them to increase yields and mitigate the pests of the region.