In loose succession, we also want to talk about our production in this Gardener's Radio podcast. How exactly are finished plants produced from Lubera Edibles young plants? What are the sizes? What are the problems and what do you have to watch out for? So that we don't get lost in the shuffle, we'll be joined by Robert Maierhofer, the plant and production manager at Lubera, which has two production nurseries in Switzerland and Germany. Nevertheless, we cannot, of course, provide the universal instructions for production here. But we can give some exciting hints and tips on how to tackle problems – and how, at the end of production, perfect plants can bear fruit in the customer's garden immediately...
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Audio: Gardener’s talk - How to produce red and black currants in containers?
Video: Gardener’s talk - How to produce red and black currants in containers?
- How important are red and black currants in the marketplace?
- How important are currants for Lubera Edibles?
- Which young plants are there and what can be achieved with them?
- When should which plants be potted and with which pot size?
- Is powdery mildew a problem?
- The longest day!
- How many times should the plants be cut back?
- The ultimate tricks during the production
- How can plants be produced so that they are still beautiful in the summer?