Nuova Pasquini e Bini S.p.a.

Altopascio, 
Italy
http://www.pasquiniebini.com

A small family-run business company was founded in 1964. Today that Company is the NUOVA PASQUINI E BINI SPA leader in production of plastic containers for plant nurseries and home gardening. The production department stretches for 7.000 square meters, with a stocking capacity of 75.000 square meters, to guarantee immediate availability and fast deliveries all around the World. The production facilities are completely automatic and run on a 24 hours turn, always using the most updated technologies on the market. The Company exports about 70% of its production in more than 70 Countries.


 Videos

NPB video

 Press Releases

  • HEMP, VEGETABLES, ORNAMENTAL PLANTS: TRY THEM IN THE POTS BY NUOVA PASQUINI E BINI SPA

    Hydroponics, discovered at the beginning of this century, has very antique origins, even from pre-historic times

    Today HYDROPONICS means A NEW HORIZONT in the production of food and plants with low wnviromental impact.


 Products

  • ERCOLE POT
    TAKE THE ADVANTAGES OF GROWING PLANTS INTO THE INNOVATIVE ERCOLE POT...

  • Once planted out, plants grown in these

    pots not only have a considerable reduction in

    growing time, but are also guaranteed

    quick rooting in the surrounding soil and

    immediate growth. Thanks to its specially

    developed air-system (due to the side

    holes), once the roots get in touch with

    the air and light, they stop their circular

    pattern. In this way, the side root system

    does not go into stress and the growth of

    the stem is faster and more vigorous than

    in a standard pot.

    • Develops the root system more quickly

    • Improves drainage

    • Keeps the root system healthy

    • Anti-spiral action

    • Improves the growth of the plants

    • Reduces the stress caused by transplantation

    Use the right substrate to get the best result

    It is possible to improve this result, by carefully

    choosing the kind of substrate to be used with the

    Ercole pot. A compact and well-draining substrate

    improves the development and root system of the

    plants grown in Ercole, because this pot creates an

    environment similar to that of an open field. The

    best substrate to be used is a particular mix of

    peat, coco fiber, coco pith and a controlled release

    fertilizer. The coco fiber allows for major water

    retention and gives the substrate a structural

    stability, increasing the capacity of the mutual

    exchange between water and air. All of these

    factors demonstrate how a wise choice of

    substrate affects the results in a remarkable way,

    both technical and commercial, when growing in

    the Ercole pot.

    Visit our website to discover our complete range of

    plastic pots and all of our new items.

    NUOVA PASQUINI

  • ERACLE and SUPER ERACLE
    The right pot to grow blueberries and soft fruit!...

  • Blueberries can be grown everywhere with container cultivation. Growing any variety of blueberries in pots guarantees
    a significant increase in production yield. The choice of the pot can make the difference. With an optimal mix of
    acidic soil, coco fibre and perlite the soil structure is no more a problem and it is possible to set up a production facility
    everywhere and guarantee at the same time the best soil.


    THE POT CULTIVATION ALLOWS A REDUCED QUANTITY OF WATER, CA. 1/10 PART OF THE CONSUMPTION OF THE GROWING IN SOIL.


    THANKS TO POT CULTIVATION YOU CAN HAVE:

    • PH CONTROL
    • HEALTHIER AND STRONGER ROOT SYSTEM GROWTH WITH GREATER YIELD
    • HUMIDITY AND STAGNATION CONTROL
    • FERTILIZERS AND NUTRIENTS CONTROL
    • LESS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT FOR A REDUCED USE OF CHEMICAL PRODUCTS

    THE NUOVA PASQUINI E BINI POTS ARE MADE OF POST-CONSUMER PLASTIC AND GUARANTEED FOR A LONG LIFE.
    THEY ARE THE RIGHT SOLUTION FOR BLUEBERRIES CULTIVATION.

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