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November 22-23, Karlsruhe

Global Plant Genetics introduces new berries at ExpoSE

Asparagus and berry specialist, Global Plant Genetics, will once again be exhibiting at the ExpoSE trade fair in Karlsruhe, Germany. The event takes place on 22-23 November and is a major European event for asparagus and soft fruit growers.

The company will be presenting a range of new varieties and innovations across its range. These will include the premium green asparagus varieties from the University of Guelph, Canada as well as new blueberries and blackberries from the USA.



Commenting on the upcoming show, Jamie Petchell, company director, stated, “Last year, we had a great response to our trade stand and we were very keen to attend again this year. We already have some exciting meetings planned for the event and we look forward to meeting many more new people.”

For more information:
Global Plant Genetics
1 Choseley Road Brancaster Kings Lynn Norfolk PE31 8AY United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1485 210091
solutions@globalplantgenetics.com
globalplantgenetics.com

Publication date: 11/15/2017

 


 

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