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In Next Generation Growing, everything revolves around the needs of the plant. In the past, much of the way growers controlled the climate was …

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Researchers have found three species of predatory bug in the Miridae family that can limit the establishment of the harmful predatory bug Nesidiocoris tenuis …

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Higher lighting capacity, new diffuse glass types and intensive screening are developments that are having a major impact on irrigation strategies. Plants themselves can …

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Despite having gained a growing reputation in the world of plant breeding over the years, cultivation of pot and bedding plants is still German …

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Rhizoctonia solani is a soil fungus with a wide host range and worldwide distribution. Host plants include almost all vegetables, flowers, shrubs and trees. …

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Grow light has been widely used for propagating vegetable plants for many years. The tried-and-trusted fluorescent lights in climate cells and SON-T lights in …

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Stem topple is a serious problem in the flower bulb sector. Bent stems are unsaleable and are therefore something to avoid if at all …

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The roofs of many new greenhouses now contain glass with an anti-reflection (AR) coating, which improves light incidence. For a long time there was …

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It’s fine for a tomato plant to have a few spots on its leaves. But it’s a different matter when it comes to flowering …

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At the Greenway tomato nursery in De Lier, the Netherlands, each slab doesn’t have just one slit but two: one for each plant. A …