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Chrysal BVB

Chrysal BVB helps post-harvest problems for bulb flowers including lily and iris, such as sub-optimal vase life and leaf yellowing. This product is preferably used by growers directly after harvest. Chrysal BVB extends the vase life of flowers considerably through improved bud opening.

Effects & benefits

  • Improves the quality of flowers and leaves.
  • Stimulates a full bud opening of the flowers.
  • Keeps the leaves firm and green and prevents leaf yellowing.
  • Reduces stem elongation and bending in tulips
  • Prolongs the vase life considerably.

Extra information

  • Contains a tracer to monitor dosage.
  • Available in 1 litre bottle and 5 litre jerry can.
  • Can be dosed automatically with the Chrysal Dosing Unit.

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

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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 causes leaf yellowing and how to avoid it?
Leaf yellowing is a sign of insufficient natural plant growth hormones, regulating the production of leaf green in the leaf. Before being cut, the mother plant took care of the production of these hormones. After cutting there is a shortage of these substances due to interrupted ‘juice flow’ from...
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 stem elongation and how to avoid it?
If there is one flower species known to want to rise above all, it’s the tulip. Tulipa grow about 10 cm after cutting, during transport and whilst in the vase depending on the cultivar. Sometimes gerberas, anemone and antirrhinums also want to grow when cut and put in vases. Florists cannot do much...