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Chrysal AVB

Chrysal AVB and AVB Booster

Chrysal AVB is a post-harvest conditioner for ethylene sensitive flowers, such as carnations, lilies and alstroemeria. Improves vase life, diminishes dropping of blooms, leaves and buds and improves bud opening. Chrysal AVB Booster improves the performance of the post-harvest conditioner Chrysal AVB. It stimulates the water and AVB uptake.

Effects & benefits

  • Protects against ethylene damage and increases vase life.
  • Prevents premature shrinking and dropping of buds, leaves and blooms.
  • Reduces flower wastage and prolongs sales period.
  • Can be used up to 3 days, especially when mixed with Chrysal AVB Booster.
  • In combination with Chrysal BVB or SVB, it maintains leaf quality and guarantees better flower development.

Extra information

Chrysal AVB

  • Contains a tracer for dosing control. Automatic dosing possible.
  • Available in 1litre bottle and 5 litre drum (including sachets to neutralise the silver in the residual solution).

Chrysal AVB Booster

  • Can be used to prolong the usage period of Chrysal AVB solution.
  • Available in 1litre bottles and 5 litre cans. 

For more information and availability in your country please contact your local sales manager.

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Tips

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Tips

to enjoy your bouquet as long as possible

Common problems

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How can you prevent the dropping of buds due to ethylene damage?
Flower petals shrivel up and the buds and leaves drop, which obviously shortens the vase life expectation of cut flowers and the shelf life of potted plants. This is caused by ethylene, the ageing hormone produced in excess by cut flowers such as Dianthus, Delphinium, Agapanthus and in potted plants...
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 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...