Cultivation of aubergine plants
Aubergine plants have for many years been part of the range of vegetable plants grown at Plantenkwekerij Leo Ammerlaan. The Dutch horticulture sector in the 1970s: Leo Ammerlaan starts with the non-grafted cultivation of aubergine plants in a pot of soil. Today, grafted aubergine plants are cultivated in rock wool.
At the top of the Dutch horticulture sector
Through our knowledge of and experience in the cultivation of aubergine plants, we belong in this specific field among the top-ranked players in the Dutch horticulture sector. As a progressive partner for growers and cultivators within the Dutch horticulture sector, we do everything we can to remain among these top players. We ensure that all your requirements are discussed and established with the cultivation specialist prior to the start of the cultivation of your aubergine plants. The following areas are dealt with in accordance with an established protocol:
- Variety choice
- Pot size and type
- Age of plant and distance
- Cultivation strategy
- Rootstock size
- Securing with elastic bands once or twice
- Delivery method
- Application of organic plant strengtheners
In the cultivation of aubergine plants lies the basis for the success or failure of a crop. Plantenkwekerij Leo Ammerlaan belongs among the top players in the Dutch horticulture sector. During the cultivation period, the foundation is laid for the growing process. All our employees (from cultivation specialist to production assistant) are fully aware of this and act accordingly.
Plant characteristics such as uniform, healthy and strong are paramount to ensuring good and rapid initial growth under low light conditions. Our cultivation and work processes are based on this. Thanks to short communication lines within our organisation, we can respond quickly to specific customer requirements. That is unique in the Dutch horticulture sector.
You are welcome to visit us
During the cultivation period you are welcome to visit us and closely follow the development and growing process of your aubergine plants. You can contact our cultivation specialist directly to make an appointment and to discuss the cultivation process. That’s the way we work at Plantenkwekerij Leo Ammerlaan.