Stable root balls, healthy young plants, shorter cultivation cycles thanks to Growcoon

Grow­coon
Inno­va­ti­ve Plant Pro­pa­ga­ti­on Sys­tem

Grow­coon is a bio­de­grad­able mesh with an elastic and open struc­tu­re. When used in pro­pa­ga­ti­on sys­tems, Grow­coon sup­ports the pro­pa­ga­ti­on sub­stra­te for­ming a sta­ble root plug.

Advan­ta­ges at a glance

      • Opti­mal gro­wing con­di­ti­ons in all esta­blished tray pro­pa­ga­ti­on sys­tems
      • Less sub­stra­te nee­ded due to loo­se fil­ling
      • Fast and easy plan­ting of fine cut­tings
      • Quick root deve­lop­ment for enhan­ced young plant per­for­mance
      • Sta­ble root balls ensu­re high effi­ci­en­cy for trans­plan­ting
      • Shorter cul­ti­va­ti­on cycles
      • Low fail­u­re rate
      • Bio­de­grad­able

Tailor-made and 100 % bio­de­grad­able

Grow­coon is the opti­mal sys­tem for all pro­pa­ga­ti­on methods such as sowing, roo­ting of cut­tings, graf­ting, tis­sue cul­tu­re and hydro­po­nic sys­tems. In com­bi­na­ti­on with high qua­li­ty Klasmann-Deilmann pro­pa­ga­ti­on substrates, the Grow­coon forms a sta­ble root ball.

The elastic and open struc­tu­re of Grow­coon sup­ports a fas­ter root deve­lop­ment of young plants and forms a sta­ble root ball. Advan­ta­ges for the gro­wer are shorter pro­pa­ga­ti­on times, enhan­ced young-plant per­for­mance and high­ly effi­ci­ent trans­plan­ting.

Grow­coon can be used in all esta­blished tray sys­tems. It can be pla­ced into the tray manu­al­ly or auto­ma­ti­cal­ly with a dis­pen­ser that is pre­con­nec­ted with com­mon tray fil­ling lines.

Advan­ta­ges of Grow­coon

Nine Stan­dard Sizes

  • Nine stan­dard sizes avail­ab­le for a wide ran­ge of esta­blished trays
  • Can be pla­ced into the tray manu­al­ly or auto­ma­ti­cal­ly with a dis­pen­ser

Coni­cal Shape

      • Exact­ly sculp­ted coni­cal form for a wide ran­ge of stan­dard trays
      • Pro­vi­des sup­port for the sub­stra­te and the young plant
      • Mini­mal spaces bet­ween Grow­coon and the cell of the tray ensu­re a good micro cli­ma­te

Open Net Struc­tu­re

      • Sta­ble and open net struc­tu­re binds the sub­stra­te to the root ball
      • Free deve­lop­ment of roots and strong root balls
      • Shorter cul­ti­va­ti­on cycles and high­ly effi­ci­ent trans­plan­ting

Per­fect Gro­wing Con­di­ti­ons

      • Per­fect com­bi­na­ti­on of a loo­se sub­stra­te and a sta­ble root ball
      • High qua­li­ty young plants in shorter pro­pa­ga­ti­on times
      • Fast and easy plan­ting of fine cut­tings
      • Less sub­stra­te per plug