Fruit growing

In Europe, orchards and plantations cover a considerable area of over 1.6 million hectares and are crucial for the production of a variety of fruit, from pome fruit such as apples and pears to citrus and stone fruit. These growing areas produce millions of tons of fruit every year, which not only plays an essential role in food security, but also contributes to biodiversity and the aesthetics of the landscape. Climate change also poses a threat to native orchards and meadow orchards.

In view of the ongoing climate change, which is characterized by water shortages and rising temperatures, fruit growers are facing growing challenges. Increasing pressure on water resources and changing growing conditions require innovative solutions to ensure the vitality and productivity of orchards.


Polygrain is one such innovation. This advanced water-retaining granulate, which can store up to 200 times its own weight in water, provides crucial support for fruit growers. The use of polygrain not only increases the survival rate of young plants in dry periods, but also improves the efficiency of water use, which contributes to the long-term sustainability and resilience of the orchards. In a changing world, Polygrain provides reliable support to meet the dynamic challenges of modern fruit growing and ensure yield stability.

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POLYGRAIN application in the forestry sector



Sprinkle POLYGRAIN into the planting hole or into the planting furrow directly under the roots.


Insert the young plant mechanically or manually as usual.


As a result, the water reservoir
filled for the first time.