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Reducing UV with ReduFlex UV


UV radiation can have both positive and negative effects on the crop. A high dose is not desirable however, it inhibits photosynthesis and results in visible damage. In addition, UV radiation breaks down plastics. ReduFlex UV is designed to protect against excessive doses of UV light.

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Importance of measurements

The importance of reliable and independent measurements


Mardenkro is firmly committed to ensure that its products have a sound scientific basis and therefore maintains close contact with Wageningen University & Research, the perfect partner for conducting independent measurements and pursuing new avenues.

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Mardenkro publishes second book: “ReduSystems: The bright side of growing”


Due to the great success of the first book, Mardenkro publishes a second book called “ReduSystems: The bright side of growing”. This book highlights the new, revolutionary product AntiReflect and explains how this product ensures a light gain of approximately 3% on existing horticultural glass.

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Saving energy

Saving energy without technology


Technology is not the only way to save energy. Savings can also be made by making better use of the properties of the plant.

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More knowledge

More knowledge = better result


ReduSystems coatings produce the best result when you use the right product for the plant. The ReduWizard makes it easier to choose the one that’s right for you. In some cases, the Horticultural Product Specialist can also help.

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optimizing production

Optimizing production


Vegetable and ornamental crops can produce much more than they do at present if the climate conditions are always ideal.

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Autumn light

Crop uses autumn light less efficiently


Tomato plants utilise available light in the autumn less efficiently for production than in the spring. Why is this and can it be changed?

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The colour of light is important


The colour of light affects the efficiency of photosynthesis but also growth and development. It is becoming more and more possible to work with these facts.

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Preventing light loss

Preventing light loss and disease in plastic greenhouses


Condensation on the greenhouse roof is the result of air dehumidification. In plastic greenhouses steps need to be taken to prevent the condensation from causing problems.

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AntiCondens for glass allows significantly more light into the greenhouse


Tomato grower Paul van Paassen is the first in the Netherlands to use the coating AntiCondens for glass. “It clearly leads to more light inside.” he says.

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Bumblebees benefit from coating on the roof


Bumblebees don't like extreme temperatures. Therefore, if the roof is coated they often function better and that improves their effectiveness.

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Adjust watering

Adjust the watering under a coating


A coating on the roof has consequences for the water management. Jos Beerens of Grodan explains what the grower needs to bear in mind.

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Compact plants

Compact plants by playing with climate and light


The height of flowering potted- and bedding plants can be controlled by targeted use of climate and light.

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Generative or vegetative

Pay attention to generative or vegetative growth


Steering the crop towards vegetative or generative growth requires constant attention. Crop consultant Wim van Wingerden explains the possibilities.

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plants prefer uniform climate

Plants prefer uniform climate


Occasional light stress makes ornamental plants stronger. But generally speaking, plants prefer uniformity.

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