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A better climate without thrips for young plants with Xsect Xtreme

Floraplant is a nursery of 109 hectares dedicated to the production of cuttings, seedlings and seeds in Tetecalita, Morelos, Mexico. This 100% Mexican-owned company founded in 1991, was looking for a climate solution to efficiently keep insects and pests out of the greenhouse while maintaining good airflow. With the installation of Xsect Xtreme, Floraplant achieved the objective of excluding the entry of thrips without affecting the climate.

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Teaching the Next Generation of Cultivators in Spain

The eco-sustainable El Aljibillo farm in Spain, established by the Baños Molina family, recently hosted open days for schoolchildren and a workshop hosted by Svensson on crop protection.

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In conversation with…Harry Brockoff

He was the CFO of Dutch Flower Group for more than twenty years. Dutch Flower Group is a unique family of more than thirty specialized trading companies that together serve the international floriculture industry. In the summer of 2022, Harry handed over the baton to Joost Gietelink. We recently had the pleasure of interviewing Harry ton learn more about his career, sustainability in floriculture, and vision for the future.

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Basics to determine the right level of light for your crop

Generally speaking, there are four climate factors that influence plant growth: light, temperature, humidity and CO2 content. In addition to the fact that each element influences plant growth, they are also strongly interconnected. Light in floriculture is all about finding the right balance: not too much, not too little, and for optimal crop growth, diffused light is preferred. Learn how growers can accurately determine which light level is right for their crop in our guide "The effect of varying levels of diffused light in floriculture".​

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Windmill nursery reduces temperatures in polytunnels with innovative screen solution

What makes a customer really, really happy? For Michael Roe of Windmill Nursery, it comes down to delivering more than a customer hoped for. Using a one of a kind screen solution, Michael was able to reduce temperatures and humidity during the hot summer months in Louisiana.

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