Vegetables & Herbs

Greenhouse Vegetables

A controlled environment

Growing vegetables in greenhouses is all about control over the environment. Indoor farming means being able to manage factors like temperature, irrigation, fertilization, air humidity, and light. Greenhouse vegetables are vital for us all, and require growing solutions that fit the high demands of today’s horticulture.

Complex challenges

Electricity costs have come down since the introduction of energy-efficient LED lamps. But greenhouse farming still comes with its own set of complex challenges. Lighting and irrigation systems must be carefully controlled for best results.

Growing solutions for greenhouse vegetables

One thing has not changed: a well-developed root system is key to growing healthy crops – in greenhouses as much as outdoors. This requires the correct growing media. Jiffy’s growing media solutions are perfect for indoor cultivation.

Cutting out risks

Thanks to products like our Jiffy Growbags and Growblocks you can give your plants the best start. Cut out risks posed by poor growing media such as soil-borne diseases and pests. Another Jiffy advantage for indoor growers: many of our growing media can be delivered in trays and crates specifically designed to optimize automated horticulture.

Jiffy’s best fitting solutions for growing greenhouse vegetables

All-in-one high yield solution

The Jiffy Growblock is the number one choice for all cut-flower and vegetable growers using hydroponic systems, greenhouses or other nursery applications. And thanks to air-pruning, better temperature control, and versatility, Jiffy Growblocks create healthier, stronger plants.

Fast germination

Jiffy Pellets are an open-wall, net container and medium all in one. It is easy to work with, economical to ship. They are available as bulk pellets for loading yourself, but also pre-loaded into global tray standards or on a poly-roll. Available in Peat, Coco and mix substrates.

Versatile solutions

Jiffy Preforma is the tailor-made plug solution of high-quality substrates. It is bound together and well-suited to both hard-to-root cutting material or demanding mechanized handling. The binder ensures easy automation and no transplant shock.