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UK: Agrii announces new partnership with Dutch Plantin
Established for thirty years, Dutch Plantin is the World’s largest producer of coco-peat, with eleven production sites across Asia, Africa and the Netherlands. Agrii is a leading provider of agronomy services, technology and strategic advice to farmers and growers in the UK.
Dutch Plantin’s extensive testing of their coco-peat over twenty years of production has shown important benefits, including the physical structure remaining stable during the whole crop cycle and optimum air percentage combined with optimum root contact. With complete control over their production process they are able to offer consistently reliable deliveries.
Welcoming the new partnership, Agrii’s Stewart Bates commented “Dutch Plantin’s specially aged coir production process, coupled with their high level of technical expertise and support, will ensure that growers receive long lasting, stable and reliable coir modules”.
“The partnership between Agrii and Dutch Plantin will provide customers with excellent levels of quality products, professional advice and service” Mr Bates concluded.
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