7 June 2021

BvB Substrates becomes Delphy ISFC’s innovation partner

BVB Substrates is one of the substrate brands for professional growers of Kekkilä-BVB (global market leader in substrate production). BVB Substrates offers tailored blends that are sold directly to growers worldwide. The substrate composition is based on the needs of the crop, water quality, irrigation and fertilization strategies and other growing conditions. Of course also other wishes and needs of growers are taken into account.

Kekkilä-BVB strongly believes in developing knowledge together and sharing knowledge with the sector. This is the reason to seek cooperation with innovative and independent partners like Delphy. As an innovation partner of Delphy ISFC, BVB Substrates can be in direct contact with research and developments in the soft fruits sector via this inspiring “hotspot for the soft fruit sector”.

About Delphy ISFC

Delphy Innovative Soft Fruit Centre is the new hotspot of the international soft fruit sector. Delphy ISFC operates as an incubator for knowledge and innovation in soft fruit and also as the ‘living room’ of the sector. In a unique way knowledge development and dissemination are brought together on an international scale. Unique because of the connection with the sector and the cooperation with partners. Knowledge dissemination is the second important factor. This is expressed through international events, knowledge days and other initiatives where research results are shared.

A special initiative to jointly drive innovation in the soft fruit sector are the ‘innovation partners’ of Delphy ISFC. They invest collectively in projects that contribute to a progressive soft fruit sector. The focus of the Delphy ISFC innovation partners is on themes like resilient cultivation, developing new cultivation strategies, optimising the propagation of soft fruit, cultivation under LED light and digitalisation


For questions please contact Bart Jongenelen +31 (0)6 53 15 14 12; b.jongenelen@delphy.nl


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