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Mullingar-based firm with liquid seaweed extract for farmers signs new deal

Betterplants – a seaweed company owned by Ollie Greene, has signed a contract with a prominent firm in the Netherlands to supply organic liquid seaweed fertilisers and seaweed animal supplements.

This collaboration marks a significant milestone for Betterplants, as the Dutch company has been trialling their products for the past year.

The contract with the Dutch company represents a growth opportunity for Betterplants, enabling them to “further penetrate” the European market and solidify their position as a trusted provider of high-quality seaweed products.

Betterplants, as previously featured on, is a Mullingar-based seaweed company dedicated to harnessing the power of seaweed for the benefit of agriculture and gardening.

The company specialises in organic liquid seaweed fertilisers and seaweed animal supplements, offering effective and sustainable solutions for plant and livestock health.

Greene comments

Ollie Greene, the owner of Betterplants, said:

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“This is a great boost for our company. We are already exporting a substantial amount of seaweed to Denmark and the UK.”

“Securing this contract with a leading company in the Netherlands affirms the effectiveness and value of our products.”

Betterplants has gained a reputation for its commitment to sustainable and organic practices providing farmers and gardeners with natural fertilisers.

The company harnesses the natural benefits of seaweed to create innovative solutions for agricultural and gardening needs.

Their organic liquid seaweed fertilisers promote soil health, enhance crop growth, and improve overall plant resilience, Greene says.

Meanwhile, their seaweed animal supplements provide vital nutrients for livestock and support their well-being.

With this new contract, Betterplants is poised to expand its reach and impact in the agricultural and gardening sectors.

By delivering their comprehensive range of products to farmers and gardeners in the Netherlands, the company aims to contribute to the growth of sustainable agriculture and help customers achieve “healthier, more productive plants”.

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