New `supplier in the spotlight´-video: `Speziakulturen Mölder´
A plant that feels well, lasts longer at the consumer. Therefore, we have been supplying all cultivars with long-term fertilisers for many years – this ensures a good nutrient supply for the time after the sale”, says Andreas Mölder, who heads the company. In the new `Anlieferer im Rampenlicht´-Video, we introduce you to `Spezialkulturen Mölder´ from Dinslaken (Germany).
“We produce flowering house plants on 15.000 square metres. In particular, we cultivate Impatiens Neuguinea in eleven different varieties, Campanula portenschlagiana and poinsettias. We are proud to be the first supplier of Veiling Rhein-Maas offering the bee-friendly Salvia x hybrida `Mysty´ – which was awarded as `IPM Neuheit 2018´ in the category `Beet- und Balkonpflanze´ – at the market place in Straelen-Herongen. Beside the use of long-term fertilizers, we also focus on vitalising and strengthening the plants so that the plants form more hair roots and larger flowers with a more intensive colour", says Andreas Mölder.
`Spezialkulturen Mölder´ has already stopped the usage of fossil fuels in 2003. In addition to a wood pellet plant, two block heat and power plants and a photovoltaic system are used so that the company can produce CO2-neutral.
Daily updated product photos
Andreas Mölder sells the majority of his products via Veiling Rhein-Maas. Therefore he pays particular attention to daily updated photos for every supply, so that the customers of the market place can always see which products are supplied by `Spezialkulturen Mölder´.