DEVELOPED PLANTS:

The plants grow in a pure mixture of peat, perlite and pumice in pots of three liters. Their entire root system grows in the pot. There is a good ratio between plant size outside pot and root system volume. They are used in traditional crops and in crops where there is no irrigation system to help the plants grow in the early stages.

 

SEMI-DEVELOPED PLANTS:

In a pot 8x8x8cm. and plant height over 50cm. The plants grow in a pure mixture of peat and perlite without coming into contact with the soil to prevent the transport of pathogenic microorganisms and to force the root system to grow entirely in the pot. They are addressed to modern dense and very dense crops.

 

ROOT GRAFTS:

Whether bare-rooted, in discs, or in a small pot, they are addressed exclusively to nurseries for further growth.