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Project highlighted: Luxous 1147 FR replacement at Gebr. J. & W. van Wijk

In 2021, after 15 years, the climate screen at tomato grower Wouter van Wijk from Bleiswijk, Netherlands was due for replacement. For his new screen, he chose Svensson’s Luxous 1147 FR. Why? “To save as much energy as possible,” says Wouter. A fresh, new, bright screen - and he notices that. "I can leave it closed longer."

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The perfect duo: Xsect Balance and Groundcover create an optimal climate in a Mexican greenhouse dedicated to tomato production

Aware of the challenges they face in terms of pest and weed control, El Chapoteadero, a greenhouse dedicated to tomato production in the state of Puebla, Mexico, has found in Svensson's climate solutions, such as the Xsect Balance and Groundcover, key elements to ensure the success of their operation. These climate solutions have proven to be highly effective, providing an optimal climate for crop growth.​

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Saving energy in cucumber cultivation

Two years ago, one of the greenhouses at The Valley in De Lier switched from tomato to high-wire cucumber cultivation. At the same time, the entrepreneurs stopped using full lighting. In order to maintain a sufficient temperature in the greenhouse and also to save energy, they invested in a second screen at the beginning of this year; the Luxous 1147 FR screen from Svensson.

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The challenge of… Marc Groenewegen

“My biggest challenge is finding more spare time,” says the smiling Marc Groenewegen of Prominent Grevelingen. "I'm always busy, but I do that to myself." Marc Groenewegen is the type of entrepreneur who does not sit still. He is always working on how things can be improved and he likes to be in contact with people including his own staff and fellow tomato growers all over the world. Svensson advisor Ton speaks to him regularly, offline and online, about all sorts of things. The weather, his company, the future, Plant Empowerment, energy and of course, climate screens.

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Greenhouse energy-saving incentive program – the facts, the dates

Enbridge Gas, a natural gas supplier in Ontario, offers an incentive program for greenhouse growers to help with reducing their natural gas consumption and costs. The program provides incentives worth up to $200,000 per project and aims to help customers maximize the value of natural gas while promoting energy efficiency. We recently interviewed Haris Ahmadzai, Supervisor, Energy Conservation for Agriculture Market/Ontario at Enbridge to learn more about the details of this incentive program.

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Climate screens for sustainable greenhouse growing

Svensson launches 3 new solution packages with a focus on energy-saving

Svensson launches three new solutions with a focus on energy saving: Energy Monitor, ENERGYperfect & PARperfect Cooling.

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Luxous 1147

NEN — a way of measuring light transmission for greenhouse growing

Since the introduction of NEN 2675+C1 in November 2018, growers, greenhouse builders, installers and consultants are able to compare the performance of greenhouse cover and screen materials in a much more appropriate way.

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First application of PARperfect in China Rose Greenhouse

Under a beautiful snow mountain in Lijiang China, 35ha high-tech greenhouses were built in 2019 for cut rose and calla production. Thanks to the unique geo-climate condition, advanced production facilities, and special cultivars, the flowers grown here are stunning which contributes to the charm of the brand ‘丽江の花’ (Lijiang Flower).

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For the magic to happen, get the light balance just right

Growers know that successful production is a matter of the right amount of inputs, but what’s less well-understood is that so many of these depend on achieving the right balance of light to start with.

Taken from our guide "The magic of getting light balance just right", here’s an 11-point list of what happens when the pendulum swings from too bright to too dark in a greenhouse.

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Screen replacement at Lijntje Tomato Nursery enhances crop cultivation and productivity

In 2017, Rob Oosterom, co-owner of tomato nursery Lijntje in Moerkapelle, Netherlands researched possibilities and quotations for a new energy screen that had to be installed in his 2.5-hectare greenhouse. The existing screen had been in use for twelve years at that time. It was not flame retardant - which was the main reason for replacement - but otherwise, there was little to criticize.

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Chiltepec: Pioneers in the use of climate screens to optimize flower growth

In the greenhouses of Chiltepec, located in the states of Mexico and Veracruz, a wide variety of potted flowers are cultivated, including Anthuriums, Bromeliads, and a selection of Orchids. These greenhouses have been pioneers in Mexico using climate screens since 2001. Svensson's climate screens have become a fundamental tool for Chiltepec, allowing them to achieve a perfect balance between protecting their crops and ensuring the optimal development of their beautiful flowers.

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In conversation with...Puck van Holsteijn

Challenge accepted! That is probably what Puck van Holsteijn also thought when she said 'yes' to the role of director of the World Horti Center in September 2021. A challenging position, for various reasons. Because it is quite an undertaking: innovating, connecting, inspiring and sharing knowledge all together with entrepreneurs, researchers, education and the government. How does she accomplish this? We spoke with her to get her thoughts on her latest endeavor.

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