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Chrysal Professional 2 Classic

Chrysal Professional 2 Classic is a liquid conditioning product for cut flowers which contains nutrients for the natural development of the flower, without over stimulating. It is suitable for use in cold stores, transport and in store in an ambient environment. Chrysal Classic 2 solution remains active for several days, reducing wastage by up to 50% versus water alone – extending the distribution and sales period.

Effects & benefits

  • Increases vase life by up to 50% versus water alone
  • Reduces wastage by an average 50%
  • Improves opening of flowers and colour retention
  • Keeps flowers and foliage in optimum condition
  • Optimises water uptake, which prevents 'bent-neck

Extra information

  • Suitable for all cut flowers, except Anthurium
  • Available in 5, 10 and 25 litre drums
  • Can be dosed automatically with the Chrysal Dosing Unit.
  • For more information on Professional 2 download the product sheet.

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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...
How to avoid limited bud and flower development?
Energy is the driving force behind water intake, the production of plant hormones and a natural development of the flower. Without energy, the flower will not be able to develop and the flower wilts more quickly than should be the case. Symptoms of a lack of nutrients are: Limited bud and flower...
What is Botrytis and how to avoid it?
Botrytis cinerea (grey mould) is a fungus which causes a loss of quality in flowers like Rosa, Chrysanthemum, Gerbera and Lisianthus. The place of origin, season, hygiene during processing and storage, weather conditions and climate control play an important role in the appearance and development of...
What causes stem discolouration and how to avoid it?
Stem discolouration has a number of causes that may or may not be negative. Of course, no amount of stem discolouration looks attractive in a glass vase and the flower will be viewed as old. There are various causes for stem discolouration: Low pH: the optimum pH level of the vase water is between...
What is stem damage and how to avoid it?
Stems carry the flower and give the flower access to water. The stem should remain undamaged to enjoy the flowers as long as possible. Do not remove bark or thorns from the stem. Did you know that stem scrapers and thorn removers belong to the top 10 list of torture treatments for flowers? Effects...
What causes leaf burn and how to avoid it?
Leaf burning is a complex phenomenon and is the result of burst leaf cells. A significant cause of rupturing of cell walls is an excessive osmotic effect of the cell content and therefore an excessively strong water influx. The leaf finally discolours from grey to brown and feels dry and crunchy to...