This more sustainable substrate mixture doesn't only benefit the Earth. It also proves to be exceptional for your strawberries.
One of the important factors to take into account when growing medicinal cannabis, is safety. Your product will be used by people to effectively manage their illness and improve their quality of life. They typically tend to have a weakened immune system, which makes it even more relevant your medicinal cannabis does not burden it.
Would you like to learn more about the implications of using organic fertilisers or peat free/reduced substrates? Check out this 45 minute webinar to learn from our experts.
In some cases you might find mold on your peat based growing media or on its packaging. With this article we would like to explain how this happens and why you should not be alarmed.
BVB Wood FIbre is a special raw material that has many advantages for cultivation. In this article you can read which properties the material adds to our substrates.
Over the past decades the need for complementary materials in substrates had risen. We’ve talked about one of the materials we use before; BVB Accretio which is made of sphagnum moss. Next to BVB Accretio we also process a specific type of Wood Fibre called BVB Wood Fibre into our substrates. This article focusses on the great properties this material brings to our substrates.
A lot of water is used within the coir production process to ensure safe use and top quality. In this article we focus on the actions we've taken to lower water usage and increase sustainability.
Coir, a raw material coming from coconuts is often part of BVB Substrates growing media. Let’s have a look at the way our coir is prepared for use and the benefits of Kekkilä-BVB’s way of doing things has.
Coir is one of the commonly used components of our substrates. In this article we have a look at what this material exactly is, where it comes from and why it is used for growing.
Good casing soil is at the foundation of successful mushroom cultivation. How can that contribute to disease-free and sustainable cultivation? The results of a four-year study conducted by Wageningen University and Research (WUR) will allow the sector to put a number of pieces in the right place in the jigsaw that looking for these answers is. However, the puzzle is far from complete.