Announcements

Job offersmore »

Tweeting Growers

Top 5 - yesterday

Top 5 - last week

Top 5 - last month

Exchange ratesmore »




Cocogreen launches coir product selector

As soft fruit growing systems become more technically advanced and increasingly bespoke, Cocogreen’s has responded with a special product selector − launched on its informative new website − to help growers tailor coir substrate selection to their individual growing systems.

“As the UK soft fruit industry becomes increasingly high tech, crops are predominantly grown under protection and in soilless substrate,” says Thomas Ogden. “Production systems are becoming not only more sophisticated but often tailored to the particular needs of the grower – in regard to location, plant fruiting type and preferred production techniques. To keep up, coir substrates need to become more technically sophisticated as growers are looking for greater consistency and higher performance.

“To help growers optimise the capabilities of our substrates − matching them to the growing system − our new website features a useful product selector tool, this is unique to Cocogreen.”

As well as detailed information on the company’s quality substrate range, Cocogreen’s new website - www.cocogreen.co.uk - features information on manufacturing, sustainability and certification standards.

Publication date: 3/20/2017

 


 

Other news in this sector:

3/14/2017 Growing demand for OMRI listed coco substrate
2/21/2017 Grodan once again awarded EU Ecolabel
2/20/2017 New biodegradable bioplastics to increase crop yields
2/8/2017 Carbon Gold brings enriched biochar to Dutch market
2/7/2017 Spain: Projar water retention analysis service grows by 30%
2/6/2017 Greenyard's Oliver Grunert obtains PhD on Grow Bag research
2/3/2017 Freshfel in cooperation with Growing Media Europe
1/26/2017 Florentaise: off to a good start in China
1/19/2017 What is biochar?
1/9/2017 "Double layered bag has been a game changer"
1/9/2017 Advancements in microgreens growing by Grow-Tech
1/6/2017 Effect of plant species, fertilizer on soilless root substrate pH
1/5/2017 Microbial traits, not plants, determine abundance of soil organic matter
1/4/2017 Is there a better way to reduce algae growth?
1/3/2017 Greenyard Grow Bag nominated for Fruit Logistica Innovation Award
12/22/2016 From Kilimanjaro to Perligran
11/23/2016 US: Hydroponics can remain organic....for now
11/14/2016 Dutch Plantin India scoops export award
11/3/2016 Growth in the Mexican greenhouse industry creates new opportunities
10/31/2016 Netherlands: First order leaves new Jiffy factory