When growing soft fruits in tunnels, you can use draining to control the EC-level or to balance the moisture conditions within the tunnel. Watch this video to get some practical tips on how it's done.
When you're growing your crops in tunnel systems or in the open soil, the outdoor temperature can greatly affect the behaviour of your plants and growing media.
With this article we’d like to zoom in on the relationship Plastiagro, Kekkilä Professional’s Paraguayan distributor has with one of its customers: strawberry and vegetable grower Hidroponía Villarrica.
To celebrate International Women's Day we've asked two women in horticulture to share some of their experiences in a short interview.
Guiding workers to plant strawberries should be done carefully, so here's a checklist of things to consider when planting.
When a decision is made on a farm to start cultivating berries in a tunnel or greenhouse and using growing media, one of the most important factors to consider is fertilization. When growing in containers, fertilization is done with irrigation. Usually, a technical expert will draw up a fertilization plan to guide the grower on how the fertilization should be carried out. In tunnel and greenhouse cultivation, fertilization can significantly affect the quantity and quality of the crop, so careful planning of irrigation and fertilization must be done. Next, I will cover five factors that need to be considered during the design phase.
The root systems of raspberries and strawberries are sensitive to problems when the substrate they are cultivated in doesn’t fit their needs. When selecting your substrate for tunnel cultivation, it’s important to keep an eye on the airiness and permeability of the blend.
Our substrates of the BIOS product portfolio contain bio-stimulants that boost the life within substrates. This strengthens your plant's natural defence systems and stimulates vigour and growth. Read this article to learn how bio-stimulants work and their main benefits.
Growing berries in growing media in tunnels and greenhouses has become increasingly popular over the past few years. Growers can reach an optimal result by minimising the factors impairing the amount and quality of the crops both before and during the growing season.