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Chrysal Professional 2 Bag-in-box

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Our new Professional 2 Bag-in-box contains 70% less plastic than our blue containers. Not only is the new packaging ecologically friendly, it is also easier to use. The new Bag-in-box packaging is easy to dispose of; just press the plastic can together and put the carton in the paper bin. Chrysal Professional 2 is a conditioner to keep your flowers beautiful up to 50% longer versus water alone. Chrysal Professional 2 contains just enough nutrients for the natural development of flowers whilst preventing them from opening too soon. This way your customers can get the maximum enjoyment of their blooms.

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Effects & benefits

  • Packaging contains 70% less plastic
  • Easy to dispose of
  • Reduces wastage by an average of 50% compared to using water alone
  • Makes a longer distribution and sales period possible
  • Keeps flowers beautiful up to 50% longer compared to using water alone
  • Save time and money by re-using the solution for up to 5 days

Extra information

  • Suitable for all cut flowers, except Anthurium    
  • Available in 20 litre "Bag-in-box"    
  • Dosage for optimal results: 5ml per litre of water    
  • Can be dosed automatically    
  • For more information about Chrysal Professional 2, please read our product sheet.

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Tips

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Tips

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Common problems

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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 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 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...