Good cleaning and disinfection are crucial for an optimum start to the new growing season. Attention to detail can make all the difference.
At crop change time, an ‘accident’ is often lurking in odd corners. For example, if there are diseased or infected plants in the greenhouse, there is a risk that sources of infection could still be present here and there. “Pathogens could, for instance, be hidden in the greenhouse structure or in the gutters. Proper cleaning and disinfection are therefore essential to ensure a good start with a new crop,” explains Jan-Willem Spaargaren, Manager R&D at Cultilene.Request to White paper