Teeltadvies Categories: Crop protection
23 June 2022
Thrips causes considerable damage to plants and are difficult to control. Therefore, it is important to be alert for signs of Tobacco thrips so that prompt action can be taken. This edition focuses on the approach to Tobacco thrips (Thrips parvispinus).
25 March 2022
It is important to be alert to signals of tobacco thrips, so that early intervention can be taken. In this article we pay attention to identifying and scouting tobacco thrips.
23 March 2018
In the cultivation of Anthurium and Phalaenopsis, several fungi and bacteria can cause damage to the crop and subsequent plant failure. In this article, we are focusing on the fungus Pythium (root rot).
22 November 2016
The pot worm has been present for many years in the Phalaenopsis cultivation. With many Phalaenopsis and other orchid growers, the population of mosquitoes and larvae in the crop (greenhouse and substrate) has become quite substantial in some cases.
2 August 2016
Healthy roots are the basis of a healthy plant. It is of the utmost importance to ensure that the root system stays healthy.
29 February 2016
In the cultivation of Phalaenopsis and Anthurium there are several diseases for which a high hygiëne level is of great importance for prevention. There are several sources of infection and hygiëne measures which are explained in this article.
7 December 2015
When you consider chalking, it is important to determine which goals you want to achieve, such as: – avoiding an excessive greenhouse temperature; – avoiding the entrance of too much light (caused by insufficient sun shading); – preventing uneven light distribution, the so-called ‘light strips’. Greenhouse temperature Temperature peaks occur due to a lack of […]
7 December 2015
During Anthurium and Phalaenopsis cultivation, one to three screens are mainly used. The number of screens depends on the location of the nursery and the type of greenhouse.