In this article we will go through the different stages of growing raspberries and explain more about challenges and opportunities with these growing methods.
This February we will be hosting a series of three webinars on strawberry cultivation. In this article you'll read more about the topics we'll cover, the schedule and how you can join us live.
For this article we talked to Peter Knup, owner of Knup Beeren; a large berry farm in Switzerland.
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.
Our focus is on customer success. We love to be able to support growers in new adventures and help them optimise their production. We know growing comes with a lot of challenges and that's why we love to share the stories of as many growers as we can. In this article we focus on a beautiful blueberry farm in Serbia!
The quiet roads surrounding the village of Erp are flanked by alternating fields of asparagus and strawberries. Van den Elzen Plants has certainly made its mark on the landscape of this sandy region in the province of Brabant. And, extending to an international scale, growers appreciate the quality of the plant material produced at the nursery. This quality is closely linked to choosing the right suppliers of raw materials. Substrate is not something you should economise on, according to van den Elzen.