At the first day of spring the former Greenyard Horticulture announced its new name Agaris. Now a brand new website and identity is launched.
The construction of new tunnels for phase 3 substrate production in Uman (Ukraine) is another important step in the development strategy of the company.
Agaris is developing in collaboration with Ghent University organic substrates specifically designed for LED farming practices, in order to grow more sustainably.
Agaris Myco Poland is the first mushroom substrate manufacturer to offer substrate for organic farming in Poland. Polish growers had until now to import this type of substrate from Germany or the Netherlands.
Agaris has forged strong partnerships in its commitment to developing organic fertilizers. These fertilizers are suitable for use in organic farming and are specifically designed to fit within our substrate complex.
The Agaris Grow Bag was introduced as a more cost-effective and sustainable alternative to conventional inert substrates. The mat is suitable for growing various types of greenhouse fruit and vegetables, like tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, peppers and strawberries.
Hortiviv® has been in-house developed by Agaris and is the first microbial inoculum working on hydroponic substrates. Growing on Hortiviv® substrates stimulates your plants and simply makes your plants more resilient.
BIGH (Building Integrated Greenhouses) recently completed construction of the largest rooftop city farm in Europe. Located in Brussels, the Ferme Abattoir will be delivering fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs and fish to local stores and restaurants. Agaris delivered special rooftop substrates for the project and is therefore an important partner.