In our 2018 end-of-the-year film, we take a moment to reflect that we are all responsible for our precious earth. Each one of us fulfills a role in this, whether big or small.
Industry leader and director of Mexico's Ceickor University talks insect & climate control
Article about the leader and director of Ceickor University in Mexico, Félix Tarrats, shares his views about climate and insect control.
Svalbard Global Seed Vault: ‘Noah’s ark’
Seeds are every horticulturalists working capital. Out of a tiny seed can sprout such things as a head of lettuce, cucumber or other vegetables.
A new screen for garden centers combines the best of two worlds
Svensson’s climate screen and interior divisions recently combined their technical expertise in order to develop a screen that not only meets the requirements to guarantee a perfect climate, but also incorporates beautiful, colourful design aesthetics.
First edible rose originates in Denmark
Dane Rosa Eskelund is no stranger to the world of roses; in fact, she is the only female rose breeder on the planet.
'Squeezing the orange' a little more
When it comes to maximizing natural light, our “cheapest” resource, new technological developments in the past few years have allowed growers to maximize Mother Nature’s free gift: the sun.
Cultivating vegetables can be done (virtually) anywhere, even in the Arctic Circle
Technology enables us to cultivate vegetables virtually anywhere, even in Norway or Alaska during an ice-cold winter.
Enhanced customer experience due to Deco Harmony
“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 like in 2018,” says greenhouse climate consultant Joost Haenen.
In strawberry cultivation, there is a lot that can be achieved with climate screens
The process of choosing the right climate screens can often be complex as there are many different options available.
Climate screens are crucial for optimizing the climate for tomato crops
Svensson's senior climate expert Hugo Plaisier predicts that within a decade, all modern tomato nurseries will have two climate screens to control the climate in their greenhouse.
An insect screen that offers effective thrip control without compromising ventilation
This article featured in Koppert’s Biojournal highlights the importance of taking a comprehensive approach to thrip exclusion and examines why precision and special attention to quality insect meshes is critical.
Orphan children in Uganda able to grow vegetables in one of the harshest climates worldwide
Svensson supports the Mission Servants Ministry's Child Redeemed Mission home (CRM) in Uganda, Africa through a donation of Solarwoven Ultra, a reinforced transparent cover for the newly built greenhouse on the Child Redeemed Mission home's grounds.