The basic raw material for this type of film is co-polyester with poly-lactic acid (PLA). Compared to foil based on starch, its major advantages are that it is more stable and degrades more slowly. After harvesting, the film together with the crop residue can simply be ploughed into the soil or loosened using a rotary cultivator. The BI-OPL film degrades completely in the soil due to light, oxygen, temperature and microorganisms in the soil. What remains is just CO2, water and humus.
Capi Europe is expanding its outdoor range this year with a number of new series.
The 123 "Schleifenprofi" ribbon printer works with a digital embossing method. The printer is specially designed for ribbon printing and is fully industrial-compatible.
The child-friendly plant concept "Kleine Gartenforscher" is designed to encourage children to discover nature and to document the changes in their plants during the year.
The dehumidification rotor air conditioners used in the greenhouses are the first in the industry with heating-cooling-ventilation and dehumidification performances.
AimFresh is a dynamic Viscon Group company with a team of young professionals. The focus is on fresh, innovative and creative ideas for packaging and accessories for plants and fresh products, creating both on -and offline retail solutions in the horticultural industry. AimFresh keeps the entire supply chain in mind during the process: from the producers to the standard retail logistics.
This 100 per cent coated compound formula with a full package of trace elements is an ideal universal fertiliser for pot plants and container nursery stock.
Similar to the waves of a waterfall, the soft, delicate needles and twigs of dwarf pine nestle against stones or hang down on walls. In this way creates a "natural rain cover" for insects of all kinds who like to use this as a shelter or as a shelter for the winter.