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Sustainable Growing

A peek behind the scenes at Grodan

Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes to ensure that you receive the Grodan products you’ve ordered? Find out by reading a series of interviews with some of the people involved! In this edition, we spoke to Huub Hermus, Key Account Manager Vegetables for the west of the Netherlands.

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Why Crop Registration Matters – e-Gro customer case video’s

Crop registration is a key activity in your greenhouse in order to know how your crops are growing, based on this information you can set better your growing strategy and adjust whenever it’s needed. Watch the video’s below to discover more about why crop registration matters and how it’s applied in practice at the Dutch tomato greenhouse company ‘Van Rens’.

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Sustainable Growing

Grodan experiments with recycled plastic in foils: 'Quality is guaranteed.'

Grodan has been working on various recycling trials for several years, an important step when it comes to sustainability. What are the benefits for growers when we use recycled materials in our products, how exactly does it work, and what is involved? Susanne Ruthenberg, Grodan International Product Quality Manager, clarifies these questions in this interview.

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Sustainable Growing

Searching for resilient root zones that can take a hit

Organizations and academics in greenhouse horticulture are continuously looking for new and innovative ways to combat new and existing plant diseases in a natural way. Grodan, led by Peter Spoor, Director of Applications & Development, is currently involved in national and international research initiatives to better understand the role and function of microorganisms in substrates. In this interview, Spoor explains why these studies are so relevant to the sector. “By stimulating and directing microbiological life in the right direction, the plant becomes more resilient and can therefore fight pathogens more easily.”

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