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Delaying crop growth in anticipation of better times02-04-2020
The market for ornamental products has declined drastically due to the coronavirus. Many growers have questions about slowing down their crop growth in order to lower or postpone production.
Three layers of ReduSol absorb extreme summer heat30-03-2020
Normally, he would apply two layers of ReduSol. But in response to the recent hot summers, Jean-Yves Scardigli decided on a new system: three layers applied in May, June and July. That works well in the hot climate of southern France.
Wear-resistant ReduSol helps tomatoes through the summer30-03-2020
In the hot climate of southern France, tomato grower Earl M2C in Arles needs a wear-resistant coating. The Meiffre sisters are delighted with their choice of ReduSol, which they apply in three layers.
Less disease and better quality under diffuse coating12-03-2020
Agrokultura Group is finding it easier to find the balance between optimal use of sunlight and crop protection. In the video, Sergei Volkov explains how ReduSystems coatings play an important role in this.
An insurance policy for your crop12-03-2020
Just as you insure your home against disasters, you can also insure your crop. A coating on the greenhouse cover is an insurance which helps you cover risks. It guarantees that your crop is protected from extreme weather conditions and is not negatively affected by sudden changes in the weather.
Eliminate stress from your crops this summer11-02-2020
Plants really like being in a uniform environment. Any stress reduces production or results in a loss of quality. Coatings help you achieve a steady crop growing environment.
Time to create clarity about the shading percentage of coatings11-02-2020
Various ways of indicating the shading provided by coatings have evolved in actual practice. This can lead to confusion. From now on Mardenkro will create clarity about this.
Replacing Haze by Hortiscatter provides more information about light diffusion11-02-2020
The level of light diffusion caused by diffuse coatings and glass is commonly known as Haze in the market. However, the term Hortiscatter provides more information about how the light is diffused.
Coatings: what do they bring?07-01-2020
Investing in a coating boosts yield and improves product quality. The actual return on investment depends on the conditions. Willem Valstar from StarGrow Consultancy helps tomato growers find the most economically profitable approach.
An optimal climate in every season07-01-2020
Every climate is different, and each crop has its own preferences. The wide range of ReduSystems coatings makes it possible to manage sunlight throughout the year.
How much light does my crop need?23-12-2019
There is an optimal amount of light for every crop. Too little means that production will be low. But too much will put pressure on the yield and quality. So custom work is always key.
How to best convert light into production14-11-2019
Systematic cultivation produces the best possible fruiting vegetable production and quality. Crop consultant Wim van Wingerden highlights how the use of a light plan can increase production.
The coating provides the foundation; screens are the emergency brake17-10-2019
The answer to hot summers: a coating as the foundation, if necessary an extra layer in mid-summer and eliminate light peaks with moveable screens.
ReduFuse and AntiReflect improve control over the cultivation of cucumbers16-09-2019
Cucumber farm Van Lipzig Tuinderijen is constantly working on improving its crop. The ReduFuse and AntiReflect coatings are perfectly suited to meet the desire for better use of the available light.
Controlling growth with light: more in winter, diffuse in summer10-09-2019
For a grower, every ray of sunlight entering the greenhouse in winter is a bonus. Light is also welcome in summer, provided it is properly distributed throughout the crop. This can be achieved by combining coatings. Two vegetable growers are leaders in this field in the Netherlands.