Mediterranean or tropical climates
To thrive, fruit trees and shrubs need a Mediterranean or tropical climate depending on the species. They also require well-drained growing media with the right EC and pH levels.
Previous propagation methods
It was common practice to propagate fruit trees using polyethylene trays filled with soil. The young plants were then transplanted into the ground. However, this exposed them to soil-borne diseases, impacting future yields.
Strong rooting with our Preforma Plugs
Grafting is a common propagation method for fruit shrubs. However, the cuttings’ vegetative material may be lost during the propagation process. Our Preforma Plugs are a good solution to this problem. The plugs will also ensure a high rate of rooting.
The right growing media protect yields
Selecting high-quality growing media protect plants and yields. Our Jiffy Pellets are completely clean and homogenous. They even replace one step in the cycle – the seedling is germinated in the same pellet in which it will spend the complete nursery cycle.
Pellets and pots in a range of sizes
Jiffy offers pellets in different sizes. Our 50 x 150 mm or 70 x 100 mm pellets replace big polybags. Our 2-litre Jiffy Pots combined with our specialized substrates are perfect for large trees such as avocadoes. Our pots and pellets guarantee the best root development and fastest cycle, and are biodegradable.