Vegetables

Open Field Vegetables

Uniform, strong plants

This broad group of crops includes onions, leeks, lettuces, and cabbages. Today’s grower needs to grow sturdy, compact plants that are easy to handle mechanically. Each plant should be the same size. They must also emerge damage-free from their tray or crate during transplantation.

High-quality substrates for better perfomance

Jiffy Substrates are the right solution for propagating all your open field vegetables. They ensure plant stability, nutrient supply, water retention, and ultimately, yields. We offer a broad range of certified, reliable substrates. From light, porous mixes to rich clay-based ones – including organic, and specially tailored options.

Multiple configurations

Our substrates can be delivered in a variety of products specially designed for automated cultivation. For instance, growblocks are pressed from our substrates and placed in crates. Thanks to their firm consistency, they protect your plants during transplantation. Alternatively, Jiffy Preforma and Jiffy Pellets are cost-effective rooting media, available in multiple sizes, and tray configurations.

Jiffy’s best fitting solutions for growing open field vegetables

Fitting your demands

Jiffy's range of substrates include peat-reduced, peat-free and organic certified solutions. We have a long history in delivering the highest-quality substrate mixes with the most uniform characteristics, tailored and tested to meet each crop's specifications.

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.

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.