Pack Trials Preview: Ball Horticultural Company

Taishan marigold is a Simply Beautiful Selection that delivers excellent, season-long landscape performance with high-impact color and its dwarf habit offers better branching to provide full, lush plants that perform longer. Shorter peduncles and thicker stems mean less breakage in shipping and beautiful blooms at retail. Taishan was a top performer and survived the humid, summer heat in Beijing, China for the 2008 Olympic Games. They are available in three colors: Gold, Yellow, Orange and also a mixture.

  • Height: 10 to 12 in.
  • Spread: 8 to 10 in.
  • Full Sun

Awesome specialty flower colors of the Can-Can calibrachoa series, part of the Simply Beautiful Selection, combine smoothly with the solid colors of Cabaret to create full-bodied, unique flowering planters and baskets. Well-branched and free-flowering plants have a uniform, mounded and trailing habit. Strong, vigorous plants offer season-long garden performance. Can-Can has a wide-range of vibrant colors, including one-of-a-kind patterns. It is ideal for outdoor production and is very pH tolerant, assuring that foliage stays consistently dark green even at higher pH levels. Available in colors Apricot, Mocha, Orange and Strawberry.

  • Height: 10 to 15 in.
  • Spread: 10 to 15 in.
  • Full Sun

The all-new Breathless euphorbia series includes the only red-flushed leaf form, plus a better-branched white. It is durable, low-maintenance and long-lasting in containers and in-ground plantings. Versatile, heat-tolerant, fine-textured varieties fill in fast, make stocky and mounded plants and display a showy mass of self-cleaning flowers all season long in all summer conditions. Suitable for 4.5-in and 6-in pots and gallons. Breathless works well in mixed plantings for Christmas, Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day.

  • Height: 8 to 15 in.
  • Spread: 20 to 28 in.
  • Full Sun to Partial Shade

Debonair Petunia Collection features new and unique colors in a popular, consumer-known product class. Very versatile for pots, baskets and combination containers in never-seen-before colors! Dusty Rose color will become lighter, more yellow in higher light and warmer conditions. Lime Green is yellow with underlying lime tone that is a very solid color with no veining or fading like traditional yellow petunias. These two petunias will change colors as the environment change.

  • Height: 10 to 15 in. (25 to 38 cm)
  • Spread: 10 to 12 in. (25 to 30 cm)
  • Full Sun

Visit the Ball Horticultural website for more varieties information.

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  1. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

    December, 12th, 2009

    Dear Sir or Madame,

    Three years ago, the company ULIKS from Novi Sad invested in building the green house at the very attractive location situated in the willage called Cortanovci that are 20 kilometers away from Novi Sad and 50 kilometers from Belgrade.

    The lot of land (plot) where the green house is built is 2 ha (hectares) large. All necessary infrastructure is provided there: the road, electricity, water, natural gas… The built green house is 2 500 m2 large possessing the under station for the natural gas heating with 2 Mw power. Beside that, the green house has the thermal curtain, meteorology station and the computer system. The watering system is operating by the system called “drop by drop”.

    The vegetables have been produced there for three years so the full placement of goods on the domestic market has been already provided. We are under the contract with a large Slovenian trading chain market “Merkator” to whom we are supplying 60% of our production and the rest goes to the smaller local markets.

    In the Serbian market there is no developed production of vegetables and flowers in the green houses thus providing a big opportunity to the companies who are involved in this kind of production.

    Our plan is to widen the green house to the 10 000 m2 largeness that would bring the company a higher competition advantage. Beside that, we are considering the change of our production programme to achieve a bigger profit. We think that it might be flowers.

    As the company have decided to enter into the partnership with a company interested in investing and bringing the technology which could provide the bigger profit, we are at your disposal for any further quires or information that you might need.

    Yours Faitfully

    Mr. Drago Pejic
    Director

    Address: Pap Pavla 27/11 21 000 Novi Sad
    Telephone: + 381 (0) 21 42 42 60
    + 381 (0) 64 7088772
    E-mail: [email protected]

  2. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

    December, 12th, 2009

    Dear Sir or Madame,

    Three years ago, the company ULIKS from Novi Sad invested in building the green house at the very attractive location situated in the willage called Cortanovci that are 20 kilometers away from Novi Sad and 50 kilometers from Belgrade.

    The lot of land (plot) where the green house is built is 2 ha (hectares) large. All necessary infrastructure is provided there: the road, electricity, water, natural gas… The built green house is 2 500 m2 large possessing the under station for the natural gas heating with 2 Mw power. Beside that, the green house has the thermal curtain, meteorology station and the computer system. The watering system is operating by the system called “drop by drop”.

    The vegetables have been produced there for three years so the full placement of goods on the domestic market has been already provided. We are under the contract with a large Slovenian trading chain market “Merkator” to whom we are supplying 60% of our production and the rest goes to the smaller local markets.

    In the Serbian market there is no developed production of vegetables and flowers in the green houses thus providing a big opportunity to the companies who are involved in this kind of production.

    Our plan is to widen the green house to the 10 000 m2 largeness that would bring the company a higher competition advantage. Beside that, we are considering the change of our production programme to achieve a bigger profit. We think that it might be flowers.

    As the company have decided to enter into the partnership with a company interested in investing and bringing the technology which could provide the bigger profit, we are at your disposal for any further quires or information that you might need.

    Yours Faitfully

    Mr. Drago Pejic
    Director

    Address: Pap Pavla 27/11 21 000 Novi Sad
    Telephone: + 381 (0) 21 42 42 60
    + 381 (0) 64 7088772
    E-mail: [email protected]

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