In 2002, Agrigrow formed a partnership with a Holland nursery, got the know-how from there, completed training in Holland, and built its nursery in Lebanon to Holland’s specifications.
We built Lebanon’s first grafting nursery and were the first to employ this technique in the country. Since then, we’ve kept using the methods and techniques we’ve learned and added new technologies gradually.
The secret to our expertise is that we took Holland’s know-how and adapted it to local conditions. As a result, we were chosen to be in charge of all new nurseries in the MENA Region beginning in 2011–2012.
We have regulated environments: some areas in the grafting nursery are under controlled conditions (light, humidity, temperature, etc.).
We are transforming agriculture into science. Regardless of the circumstances, we always deliver the product on time.
Seeds are very sensitive to the extremes of over watering and under watering. Excessive water and poor air circulation will cause a fungal infection often referred to as damping-off. Cover trays with plastic wrap to keep the moisture level constant. In addition, heavy-handed watering can disturb newly germinated seedlings. Securing plastic wrap over the surface of a freshly sown seed pot can help to keep the moisture level constant. However, the pot must still be checked daily for moisture and germination.