Live plants, cuttings and flowers make beautiful & festive decorations. Here are some ideas for inside and outside your home. Happy holidays from Plant-Prod.
Come and see Plant Products on November 16, 17 and 18, 2016 at Expo-FIHOQ in the Centrexpo Cogéco – a new location in Drummondville. The premier show in Quebec for ornamental horticulture, green space and municipal professionals is at a new location in Drummondville. Representatives from Plant Products will be happy to answer your questions about high productivity […]
Thank you to everyone who stopped by at Canadian Greenhouse Conference in the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls, Canada on October 5th and 6th, 2016. It was a great success and we had a great show. We were pleased to answer questions relating to high productivity plant nutrition, provided advice and bounced around some ideas. We were also giving away […]
Plant-Prod has launched Plantex MJ Bloom water soluble fertilizer for large scale growers of medical marijuana. This formulation is designed specifically to maximize bud size, following the leaf growth phase. “Many of the fertilizers targeted to growers in the past have been formulated with “secret” and “magic” ingredients but without a deep understanding of the […]
Winter production poses many growing obstacles, including low light, cool temperatures and poor ventilation. When plants are started under these conditions, whether from cuttings, seedlings or transplant plugs, growth is slowed and the need for fertilizer diminishes. These conditions must be taken into consideration when fertilizing every watering. During this time in the production cycle, […]
Plant-Prod has a new logo that communicates the company’s focus on high productivity plant nutrition. The company has been a leader in manufacturing high quality soluble fertilizers since 1945 and also a distributor of horticultural supplies. In June 2013 the distribution function was spun off into a separate company so Plant-Prod could focus exclusively on […]
Over fertilization is an ongoing challenge that many greenhouse growers continue to face. In the early years of greenhouse production, pulse feeding was the norm. This provided high concentrations of fertilizer, about 400-500 ppm, on a weekly basis. After some time, research began to show that plants responded better to daily fertilization at lower concentrations. […]