Greenhouse Vegetable Germination Growing Media
Berger is your partner of choice when it comes to the production of rapid and uniform vegetable plugs. Veggie seedling and germination cultivation in controlled greenhouse environment requires even more care, scheduling and timing than other crops.
Offering the optimal growing environment to produce strong and healthy vegetables plugs with predictable results, Berger enables professional growers to optimize their vegetable seed germination and seedling production and obtain exceptional margins.
Berger’s rigorous quality control system guarantees that your veggie young plants will have identical physical and chemical characteristics from one load of germination mix to another, ensuring a remarkably uniform product. Manufactured with superior ingredients as high-quality fine Canadian sphagnum peat moss and perlite, these professional growing mixes are adapted to your needs and are designed to maximize your results. Berger helps you produce the best quality vegetable possible.DOWNLOAD OUR Vegetable germination MIXES FLYER
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Adapted Growing Mixes
BM2 SEED GERMINATION GROWING MIX
This top-grade general purpose plug mix offers unmatched uniformity during seed germination and seedling production of vegetables. Specifically designed for seed germination, it optimizes aeration and water retention.SEE BM2 Seed Germination SPECIFICATIONS
BM2 PROPAGATION HP GROWING MIX
With horticultural grade perlite, this high drainage propagation growing media is ideal for vegetable plugs demanding porous rooting environment with additional aeration.SEE BM2 Propagation HP SPECIFICATIONS
Organic Growing Mixes
OM2 SEED GERMINATION GROWING MIX
OMRI listed, this top-grade organic purpose plug mix offers unmatched uniformity during seed germination and seedling production of vegetables and herbs. Designed for small cavity trays or paper pots, this mix optimizes aeration and water retention.SEE OM2 Seed Germination SPECIFICATIONS
We’ve been able to produce top-quality products by using Berger’s mix.