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Chrysal Paper Sachet

Chrysal Paper Sachet is made of ECF pulp and has a bio based coating. This means the sachet can be thrown away in the paper bin. Flowers and buds open more beautifully, it mixes easily and clearly in water and is odourless, provides all the necessary ingredients for full development of buds and blooms. Accurate dosing is essential for maximum satisfaction. We recommend that you provide the right care tips to your customers. We have care tips materials available for you. Add several packs of flower food for larger vases and for topping up the solution.

Effects & benefits

  • Made from paper
  • Fully recyclable
  • Contributes to a circular economy
  • Reduces the use of plastic
  • Contains our quality flower food, keeps flowers beautiful up to 60% longer
  • Extends the vase life of flowers up to 60% compared to the use of water alone.
  • Reduces the pH and stimulates water uptake and food consumption.
  • Stimulates the bud and flower development, keeps leaves and stems firm and green.
  • Allows a vase life guarantee of over 7 days.
  • Watch our care tips film and feel free to embed on your website!

Extra information

  • 1 litre powder sachets are available
  • For further information, download the product sheet here

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Tips

to enjoy your bouquet as long as possible

Tips

to enjoy your bouquet as long as possible

Common problems

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What can you do to avoid limp flower petals?
This well-known phenomenon is the premature wilting of the flowers that are sensitive to vascular blockages, such as Rosa, Bouvardia, Chrysanthemum and Gerbera. Post-harvest phase Harvest the flowers at the appropriate level of maturity Cut at least 5 cm off the stem to remove blockages Use post...
What is bent-neck in roses and how can you avoid it?
Premature harvesting is the core problem of bent-neck in roses. The stem right under the bud is not strong enough to carry the weight of the growing bud/flower. When the stem bends in this way, the vascular bundles are pinched shut and the flower’s water supply is cut off. The leaves, on the other...