Mardenkro’s ReduSystems products are global leaders when it comes to regulating greenhouse climate. For many years ReduSystems has been at the forefront of innovation. In 2004 ReduHeat won the Horti Fair Innovation Award.
In 2011 an international expert jury judged ReduFuse to be the most innovative product at the exhibition, so once again we went home with the Innovation Award. We can’t innovate just by ourselves. Together with worldwide leading research centres, universities and growers, we continuously develop new products and test them in practice. Only products with proven added value are included in the ReduSystems family.
Getting more light into the greenhouse in three steps
More light in the greenhouse allows for higher production and improved quality. At the start of autumn it therefore becomes very important that as much sunlight as possible reaches the crop.
This can be achieved in three steps:
Adapting climate and watering to coatings
Coatings soften the greenhouse climate; this provides an opportunity to change how the climate and watering are controlled. Two crop advisors discuss the principles that apply to tomatoes, gerbera and alstroemeria.
Read more about climate settings and watering when coatings are used
‘80% of production is determined by the greenhouse climate’
Philippe Bertolotto's tomato plants would produce virtually nothing in summer without ReduSol. But the precise moment of application and removal is crucial and identifying that time window is a challenge every year.
Read more about Bertolotto's experiences with ReduSol
Coatings and high-pressure misting keep crops growing
More and more growers are using high-pressure misting systems. In combination with coatings, this is an excellent way of keeping crops active and productive in hot summers.
Read more about interior climate control in hot summers.
Delaying crop growth in anticipation of better times
The market for ornamental products has declined drastically due to the coronavirus. Many growers have questions about slowing down their crop growth in order to lower or postpone production.
Read more about the possibilities
Wear-resistant ReduSol helps tomatoes through the summer
In the hot climate of southern France, tomato grower Earl M2C in Arles needs a wear-resistant coating. The Meiffre sisters are delighted with their choice of ReduSol, which they apply in three layers.
Read more about their experiences
Three layers of ReduSol absorb extreme summer heat
Normally, he would apply two layers of ReduSol. But in response to the recent hot summers, Jean-Yves Scardigli decided on a new system: three layers applied in May, June and July. That works well in the hot climate of southern France.
Read more about the approach of tomato grower Scardigli
An insurance policy for your crop
Just as you insure your home against disasters, you can also insure your crop. A coating on the greenhouse cover is an insurance which helps you cover risks. It guarantees that your crop is protected from extreme weather conditions and is not negatively affected by sudden changes in the weather.
Read more about planned coating
Less disease and better quality under diffuse coating
Agrokultura Group is finding it easier to find the balance between optimal use of sunlight and crop protection. In the video, Sergei Volkov explains how ReduSystems coatings play an important role in this.
Eliminate stress from your crops this summer
Plants really like being in a uniform environment. Any stress reduces production or results in a loss of quality. Coatings help you achieve a steady crop growing environment.
Read more about preventing stress