New pot trials

Since 2019, Bioplasmar undertook vaste R&D program to improve pots resistance during culture in nurseries.

The first tests demonstrates very encouraging results as shown in trials conducting in march this year in Israel at the Shtil Neto nursery :

All other tests conducting in France are showing the same results

4 march 2019

 

Pots were filled with peat and cutting herbal plants

17 march 2019

 

Seedling deloped in a normal manner and the pot structure did'nt change.

26 march 2019

 

The pots were planted in a 10 liters pot whith peat and buried in a sandy soil.

31 march 2019

 

The pots in peat soil were in advance stage of degradation...

31 march 2019

 

Pots in sandy soil started degradation.

Pots not planted remain rigid.

 Trays criteria
1. Tray resistance during propagation period
2. Seed growth/ development
3. Tray solidity at the end of the seedlings growth
4. Capacity to automate  tray plantation with plant
 

March 2020

 

Pots have been tested in private home conditions. The pot withstands humidity very well after seven weeks !

March 2020

 

A german laboratory, LVG, is actually processing some tests with products from different brands available on the market. Our Bioplasmar biodegradable pot participates in these tests.

 Pots criteria
1. Plant Growth
2. Pot resistance during culture
3. Biodegradability of the pot once planted in soil
4. Plant development after plantation - pot nourishing  contribution
 

 Trays criteria
1. Tray resistance during propagation period
2. Seed growth/ development
3. Tray solidity at the end of the seedlings growth
4. Capacity to automate  tray plantation with plant
 

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