22 September 2014
GRODAN’s third seminar for foreign propagators attracted a lot of interest. Around sixty people came to hear all about the latest developments in the fields of plant health, propagation methods and sustainability in the propagation of vegetable plants.
20 March 2014
1 January 2014 saw the incorporation of IGPA, the International Growing Media Producers Association, in the Vereniging Potgrondfabrikanten Nederland (Association of Potting Soil Producers in the Netherlands). IGPA’s current members – Cultilène, GRODAN and Jongkind BV – have come to the agreement that their joint interests can be better and more efficiently promoted via the larger, more decisive VPN.
10 March 2014
The GRODAN Group’s Sustainability Manager, Stuart Lambie and Technical Service Manager, Andrew Lee recently spoke at the HDC/ Growsave event in the UK in which the theme of sustainable greenhouse production was discussed.
27 January 2014
13 November 2013
Based on professional growers’ needs for higher accuracy and reliability in monitoring water content (WC), electrical conductivity (EC) and temperature in substrates, GRODAN is now introducing a state-of-the-art innovation: the GroSens® wireless, multi-sensor measuring system.
16 October 2013
Increasingly the propagation of young plants can be automated: sowing, grading, grafting and transplanting. In mid-September GRODAN organised a seminar for plant propagators from outside the Netherlands where companies specialising in automatic sowing, selection, grafting and transportation of young plants demonstrated the latest possibilities and the advantages of their technology. Attention was also paid to the fundamental principles of: sowing and raising seedlings in the new stone wool plugs and blocks from GRODAN, which are more suitable for automated processes.
03 October 2013
GRODAN Group recently entered a partnership with Changhua Tianwei Horticulture Production Cooperative, confirming the Group’s commitment to support the introduction of Precision Growing in the new agriculture training centre in Changhua (Taiwan).
03 February 2013
Last week the GRODAN group was present at the International Green Week Berlin, together with the GroentenFruit Bureau and various horticulture chain partners, to promote greenhouse vegetables amongst German consumers. Here, the chain partners set up an impressive presentation to explain the fact that greenhouse vegetables are high quality vegetables: not only tasty and healthy, but also produced in a safe and sustainable manner.