Focus on – Elkner Service in Poland

Focus on – Elkner Service in Poland

Focus on – Elkner Service in Poland Elkner Service was founded in 1994 by Rafal Elkner in Skierniwiece in Central Poland. The company has become a household name in Poland for the agricultural, turf and ornamental plants industry and supplies everything their...
Christmas tree cultivation

Christmas tree cultivation

Christmas tree cultivation Balanced fertilization schedule Granustar CRF for maximum result! Mivena has more than 15 years of experience in the cultivation of Christmas trees. We are learning every day how we can optimize our strategies. We get a lot off new...
Focus on – GPS in Austria

Focus on – GPS in Austria

Focus on – GPS in Austria In Focus on, we put the spotlights on one of our partners. In this issue the focus is on GPS in Austria. GPS was founded in 1997 and is the Mivena partner in Austria since about a decade. During this period they have worked hard and...
The role of Potassium (K) in fertilizer

The role of Potassium (K) in fertilizer

The role of Potassium (K) in fertilizer Potassium is one of the 3 traditional main elements in fertilizer, namely N-P-K. Nowadays we also include Ca and Mg as important elements. Potassium is a chemical element with symbol K, that is chemically similar to Sodium (Na)...
Strawberry tray-plants – It’s all about timing!

Strawberry tray-plants – It’s all about timing!

Strawberry tray-plants – It’s all about timing! Optimized strategies for strawberry tray-plants The market for strawberry tray-plants has grown enormously in recent years. In addition to this growth the cultivation of strawberry tray-plants has become more specialized...
Granustar® CRF guarantees a good quality in winter leek

Granustar® CRF guarantees a good quality in winter leek

Granustar® CRF guarantees a good quality in winter leek During 3 seasons Mivena did trials in winter leek in cooperation with the Belgian trial center PCG. During those years we compared KAS (=Calcium Ammonium Nitrate) with Granustar® CRF. We always used the same...