Koppert: Meet us at Fruit Logistica
Koppert would be delighted to welcome you to our stand at Fruit Logistica in the Hall 1.2 stand D-08.
Worldwide, the production of products such as strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, and other berries is on the rise. The major investments and the increasing capital intensity mean that growers want to eliminate risks as far as possible. At the same time, they are coming under pressure as the range of chemical products available shrinks, and those products are becoming less effective.
In addition, buyers want products that are free of residues. More and more growers are therefore looking for solutions in integrated cultivation methods or even fully biological cultivation methods. Koppert Biological Systems offers these solutions. Koppert has a complete range of products available, offering bumblebees for pollination, natural enemies to combat pests, and biostimulants (microbial products and natural substances) that support and strengthen the plant.
Kopperts holistic approach combining solutions with advice and knowledge is key for success. Growers need to learn how to work with our products. That's why advise is a key element and thats why we offer growers intensive guidance. This helps create a robust, integrated system, and the success of the crop becomes significantly more certain.
Meet us at Fruit Logistica
The developments on the fruit and vegetable shelves are taking place particularly quickly. These shelves allow retailers to distinguish themselves with a fresh and tasty product, produced with minimal or no environmental impact, and guaranteed food safe.
Koppert would be delighted to welcome you to our stand at Fruit Logistica, where we would be more than happy to explain what we could do for you.
Hall 1.2 stand D-08
The Koppert approach has become a permanent fixture in many crops and we would like to share our experience and knowledge with you to see if we can be of help with your specific issues.
The results we have accomplished until now speak for themselves! Growers in the Netherlands, elsewhere in Europe, and on other continents are seeing greater vigour in their crops, larger fruits, better use of nutrients, crops entering their winter dormancy earlier (which is important for the production in the following season), and greater resistance to diseases and pests. And a crop that is less dependent on chemical crop protection agents and artificial fertilizers. That leads to greater sustainability, to greater food safety, and certainly also to greater yields!
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