Organic grower plants again after finding clavibacter in tomato greenhouse

Organic grower BioVerbeek has planted tomatoes again in recent days. After planting 5 hectares in January, clavibacter was found four weeks later. After several tests, it turned out that the bacteria were throughout the greenhouse, leaving nothing to do but clear, clean, and prepare the greenhouse for a new crop.

That new crop was planted at one location last Friday and Saturday and at another location on Monday and Tuesday. On Facebook, the organic growers are silent, writing that they hope they can now close the clavibacter chapter.

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