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Chrysal CVBN

CVBN tablets and dispenser

Chrysal CVBN is a conditioner for cut flowers to be used by growers, bouquet makers and florists. It is an easy-to-use tablet which helps to maintain a good quality of leaves and flowers. Chrysal CVBN is more effective against bacteria than any other chlorine product. It also neutralises the damaging effect of daffodil slime in mixed bouquets.

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Effects & benefits

  • Reduces flower waste and water consumption
  • Maintains a good quality of leaves and flowers.
  • Neutralises the harmful Narcissus slime in mixed bouquets with daffodils.
  • Dissolves quickly and clearly in water.

Extra information

  • Available in an easy to dose dispenser containing 400 tablets and pots of 800 and 3200 tablets.
  • Can be dosed automatically with the automatic dosing device Drop ‘n Go. A user-friendly machine which saves time and labour costs. It doses automatically, with flexible dosing possibility of multiple tablets per bucket. Read for more information our product sheet.
  • For more information about Chrysal CVBN, read our product sheet.

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Tips

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Tips

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