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Chrysal RVB

Chrysal RVB

Chrysal RVB is an all-purpose hydrating solution for growers, containing Aluminium Sulphate. It is suitable for a wide variety of cut flowers. It works especially well on roses, Bouvardia and Hydrangea. Chrysal RVB neutralizes the secretions given off by the stems and prevents the contamination of the water, which causes vascular plugging. It increases the water uptake which improves the quality of the blooms considerably

Effects & benefits

  • Stimulates water uptake thus preventing 'bent neck', a common problem with roses.
  • Lowers the pH of the water.
  • Maintains the quality of flowers and prolongs the vase life.
  • Mixes clearly and odourless in water, not leaving any sediment in the bucket or lime scale in the dosing system.
  • It contains Aluminium Sulphate which neutralizes the secretions.

Extra information

  • Available in 10, 25 and 200 litre drums. 1000 litre multibox upon request.
  • Can be dosed automatically with the Chrysal Dosing Unit.
  • Download product sheet

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

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Tips

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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 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...
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...
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...