Growcoon added to organic input list Germany and therefore allowed in organic cultivation in a large part of Europe
That Growcoon does no harm to the environment is a fact (and is proven by the OK Compost certificate). After degradation, nothing is left behind except water and CO2. For application in organic cultivation, however, a product must be approved first. Evaluation and regulation in this regard is formed at European level, but may or may not be adopted per country. So whether a product can be used in organic cultivation can vary from country to country.
FiBL (Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau) is an independent research institute dedicated to advanced science in organic farming in Europe. It is the European institute that is responsible for product evaluation. Does FiBL give a green light? Then the product can be placed on a national input list by local authorities. (A public list of commercial products that can be used in organic cultivation).
Growcoon meets the international standards for organic farming, according to FiBL. It has been on the Dutch Skal input list for several years now. And France (Ecocert) has also recognised the product for some time now. It was recently confirmed that Growcoon has also been added to the German input list. And therefore the product carries approval for a large part of Europe! Joyful news, as there has been considerable interest in Growcoon from the organic sector for quite some time. Also in organic crops, the Growcoon contributes greatly to the development of a solid root ball and thus a resilient and healthy plant, which is resistant to various external influences.
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