Kaizen is the brand with which Babyplant SL nursery identifies its family of grafted plants such as tomato, eggplant, cucumber, pepper, melon, and watermelon.
"Kaizen is also a working methodology inspired by the company's commitment to the continuous improvement of all the processes included from sowing to the delivery to the customer of a grafted plant," according to Babyplant, a seedbed of horticultural plants, grafts, and aromatic plants in root balls. "We implemented this work system so we could analyze the weaknesses of the production process and continuously improve them so we could offer reliable products to our customers."
"In conclusion, a grafted plant is always more reliable. The Kaizen method allows us to improve the percentage of plant use and the success of the graft union, helping producers avoid losses from increasingly difficult agriculture. Grafting is the safest, easiest, and most accessible option to ensure a successful crop," they stated.
In order to obtain the best profitability, Babyplant has improved its facilities to ensure the best hygiene and plant health both in the graft area and in greenhouses.
"In addition to offering plants grafted on peat, we also improve day by day to offer grafts on rock wool or coconut fiber. A Babyplant grafted plant is simply spectacular," the Murcian company stated.
The company aims to produce its plants by being carbon-neutral by 2025.
"Our main goal, since the company was founded in 1987, has been to create unique relationships with our customers, sharing ideas, knowledge, and experience. Babyplant was one of the first nurseries in Murcia and Spain dedicated to the production of horticultural plants in root balls. In 2008, Babyplant was the first seedbed in Spain and the second one in Europe to obtain the Global GAP (Plant Propagation Material Standard) and GRASP quality certificate," they added.
"Babyplant produces more than 480 million organic and conventional plants a year, and it is a reference within the sector in southeastern Spain. Babyplant and its trademarks have been present for more than 30 years in the main vegetable and aromatic plant production areas in Spain and Europe," they stressed.