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Close collaboration with consultants15-05-2016
Mardenkro maintains close contacts with consultants who advise international greenhouses. Dutch horticultural technology is very popular all over the world but only with the proper know-how it is possible to achieve the maximum results.
ReduFuse IR ensures stress-free ficus28-04-2016
Ficus can withstand a lot of light providing the leaf temperature doesn’t rise too high. The company Kwekerij Zwethlande of Honselersdijk, the Netherlands, is therefore using ReduFuse IR for the first time this season.
Longer roses under ReduFlex Blue16-04-2016
When it becomes very warm roses quickly tend to remain too short. Nice2Get! now has three seasons of experience with ReduFlex Blue. “We clearly see more stem elongation,” says owner Robert Koot.
Sensitive sweetpoint peppers benefit from ReduFuse14-04-2016
Sweetpoint peppers are very sensitive to blossom end rot and sunburn spots. Since John Cappalonga of Gee Vee Enterprises started using ReduFuse these problems are under control.
ReduFuse IR is ideal for the cultivation of amaryllis13-04-2016
Amaryllis grow longer under a coating, resulting in larger bulbs and sturdier stems. Most growers (70-80%) now use coatings.
Knowledge leads to better result23-02-2016
The coatings within ReduSystems are becoming more and more advanced. Advisors and users know about their properties and the changes being made to the growth strategy are leading to optimal results with higher crop returns. Mardenkro spends a lot of energy on the provision of information. To be able to...
Multiple thin layers ReduSol23-02-2016
Dutch chrysanthemum grower Hein van Wordragen applies coatings to the greenhouse roof himself instead of using a contractor. This way he can determine precisely the timing and thickness of the layer. He works with several thin layers on top of each other.
More light means a better quality of Phalaenopsis14-02-2016
These days, Phalaenopsis growers are letting more light in. This requires getting the right balance between screens, coatings and humidity.
Sweet pepper growers are fans of ReduHeat15-01-2016
The sweet pepper nurseries run by the Reedijk brothers, in Strijen and Westdorpe, the Netherlands, were some of the first to use ReduHeat. It prevents quality problems in the fruits.
ReduFuse tempers harsh Auckland climate10-01-2016
The strong radiation in the area around Auckland (New-Zealand) can lead to a reduction in yield and to too much generative plant growth. Since Underglass NZ started using ReduFuse, yield has risen and the greenhouse climate can be controlled better.
Chrysanthemums under ReduFuse20-12-2015
If the crop can remain active for longer on warm days it can also mean extra yield. In order to achieve that chrysanthemum grower Jan Boerma has been using ReduFuse.
ReduFuse removes the sharpness20-12-2015
Alstroemerias do like light. “By using ReduFuse you remove the sharpness while minimising the light loss,” says Maurice Olsthoorn of Together2Grow.
Better quality and a more pleasant working climate17-11-2015
After a trial in which half a roof was covered with ReduFuse, Kainz & Mayer Marchfeld tomatoes, has switched over to using it completely. Cluster quality and setting improved and some varieties yield more too.
In search of the perfect coating17-11-2015
Pepper grower Johann Thell, of Tadten (Burgenland), has through previous use of ReduHeat and ReduFuse decided on ReduFuse IR. This appears to be the optimum coating for achieving higher quality and production.
Light at centre of crop advice13-10-2015
Willem Valstar gives advice to tomato growers both at home and abroad. At the centre is the amount of light available – natural and artificial. A growth model indicates the best approach to take under the local conditions and with the technology available.