Growing chrysanthemum cuttings on container

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Deliflor Hoogveld is the chrysanthemum rooting company for the Bommelerwaard area (the Netherlands). Here, chrysanthemum cuttings are rooted, which then find their way to Dutch chrysanthemum growers.

At the end of 2020, Deliflor Hoogveld contacted Flier Systems with the question to help think about the design for the processing area of the new nursery. In this nursery, Deliflor Hoogveld wanted to start working with a new cultivation system: growing chrysanthemum cuttings on containers. Flier Systems was asked to design a system for loading and unloading these containers.

“Deliflor Hoogveld has made strides with this solution.With full control over the entire process, Deliflor Hoogveld has increased efficiency and improved accuracy. Moreover, with the help of ISAL, the company is able to use the track-and-trace system effectively, improving the transparency and manageability of their production process. In addition, this solution has contributed to higher plant quality, which is beneficial for both Deliflor Hoogveld and their customers, the Flier System team states.

“Qualitatively, we have made considerable strides. Cultivation wise, the cuttings are much more uniform which has improved quality,” said Otto van Tuil, Director Deliflor Hoogveld.

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