- Medior Sales Engineer - Netherlands
- Quality Assurance Team EA Region - Antwerp - Quality Assurance Supervisor
- Lead Auditor
- General Manager Australia
- Head of Sales for Mexico and Latin America
- Сhief agronomist
- Chief plant protection agronomist
- Finance Manager for a Leading International Fresh Produce Business
- Sales Consultants Fertilizer - various European countries
- Product & Efficiency Manager - Role Based in Holland with regular trips to the UK
Top 5 -yesterday
- Egypt stops tomato exports due to TYLCV
- Agricultural Council Jean Rummenie talks about Dutch-Mexican relations
- Plan 2020: King Courgette guarantees that 100% of the energy used in its facilities is green
- 100th anniversary celebrated by setting a world record
- Dithmarschen: Cabbage yield probably below average
Top 5 -last month
Top 5 -last week
- US (NY): Future chefs educated in hydroponic garden
- Malaysia: Three friends supply fresh veggies thanks to NFT
- "Greenhouse as starting point for new products and updates"
- "Russian state subsidizes about 16 thousand agro-industrial investment projects"
- Grant recipients to study produce and bee pollination
Blast from the past: 1929 tomato seeds
Old news perhaps, but it does make for an interesting read: "We grow all our Tomato Seed, and for seed purposes only. Our entire force gives their careful attention to the production of the highest grade of Tomato Seed.
"All seed is thoroughly washed, milled, and securely packed for safe carriage.
"If you have special strains or varieties other than those listed herein which you wish grown, write us and we will endeavor to meet your requirements.
"Plans for seed supplies must be made in advance and we are now preparing for the 1929 crop of Tomatoes. Your order should be placed early. Additional orders may be made later as we may be able to accept them.
"In event of crop failure, loss by fire or other causes beyond our control, we make a full pro rata delivery."
For the full 'blast from the past', check out the Biodiversity Heritage Library.
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