Logistic & Production



  • Washing, disinfection of support
  • Filling with soil
  • Sowing
  • Sprinkling
  • Moistening


  • Growing stage, development
  • Constant adjustment of light, temperature, watering, and humidity
  • The climate is adjusted to the planting conditions of the customer.


  • Laying out in the greenhouse
  • Line-tuning parameters: light, temperature, watering, humidity.

5Order preparation

  • Packaging of plants in containers adapted to the customer’s needs
  • Identification, palletization, traceability

3Transplanting & grafting

  • Assembling a scion and a rootstock
  • Once the first leaves have appeared, transplanting the young plants into new growing media
  • Second critical phase of root system development




The lower part of the plant consists of a root system and a collar, which is called the rootstock. The upper part of the plant consists of the stem (which will bear the fruit), which is called the scion.

The two plants are joined together just above the collar, which is the part of the plant that is located between the roots and the stem.

A rootstock is selected for its disease resistance and vigor, which are then passed on to the scion. The scion is selected for the fruit’s taste qualities.

Advantages of grafting

  • Better plant vigor and therefore higher productivity
  • Improved resistance to diseases and pests
  • Earlier and longer fruit production
  • Fruiting of grafted plants starts lower on the main stem