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Accelerating change in food production

Innovators, researchers and entrepreneurs in the European food sector met at Koppert Biological Systems’ headquarters in the Netherlands last week Thursday to inspire collaboration and innovation in this sector for improved food production, nutrition and health. Hosted by Koppert, the conference encouraged.....

Ariana Sudhario, HSI:

"Brazil is the right place for us"

On 20, 21 and the 22nd of June Hortus Supplies International host stand 33B at the Hortitec 2018 in Brazil. We spoke with Ariana Sudario who represents the Dutch horticultural supplier:So, Ariana. You are attending the Hortitec in Holambra. This is the first time Hortus Supplies International is present. Why.....

Hort Connections Gala Dinner celebrates Australian horticulture

Australia’s leading horticulture growers and industry members have been recognised at the Hort Connections 2018 Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner, with around 1,300 attendees from every sector of Australian horticulture celebrating the significant contributions of the industry and its members.Scott Samwell,.....

Photo impression of first day:

Brazil: 25th edition of Hortitec is on

Becoming acquainted with innovations in products, services, tools, machinery and equipment; learning more about new technologies and ways to grow flowers, fruits, vegetables and forestry; looking for solutions to save water or energy and improve the productivity and the quality of the production. These are.....

5th edition 'Dwars door de Kas' (Across the Greenhouse):

Racing through the greenhouse

After having skipped a year, this time again one could cycle through the greenhouses in the Westland. This year even on two days, so both on Saturday 9th and on Sunday 10th of June a bike parade, adorned with green flags, passed along all participating companies. Occasionally across narrow and difficult.....
webinar, June 28

Top 5 ag technologies improving productivity and driving growth

Frost & Sullivan, the growth partnership company, will host a live, complimentary Growth Innovation Leadership (GIL) briefing, "Top 5 Agriculture Technologies Improving Productivity and Driving Growth", on Thursday, 28th June at 11 am EDT. The webinar will offer Frost & Sullivan's expert insight from.....

June 25-27, Melbourne

Australia: Hydroponic Farmers Federation holds biennial conference

The Hydroponic Farmers Federation are holding their biennial conference next week in Melbourne, Australia. This promises to be a great event with over 250 delegates already registered for a packed speaker program and a trade show on site as well. The conference will also be including farm visits on the.....

Pure Flavor growing with new products, awards, and expansion

Greenhouse vegetable production is in full swing in every region of North America which is meeting surging consumer demand heading in to the heart of summer. Pure Flavor’s family of growers are producing more than ever before fueling the company’s momentum in the marketplace. This in turn is setting up.....

Does Indoor Farming hold the key to the global food challenge?

The world is on the cusp of a global agri-food revolution, powered by technology innovation. Globally, we face enormous challenges of water scarcity, hunger and malnutrition as the traditional food supply chain struggles to feed a population set to grow by more than a third by 2050. In the United States.....

Australia: Hort Connections 2018 gets under way

Monday evening saw the start of the second edition of Hort Connections, a union of AUSVEG and PMA Australia-New Zealand Limited (PMA A-NZ). Hort Connections 2018 will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre 18-20 June. The theme of this year's event is ‘halving waste and doubling.....

Global ambitions for Australian vegetable growers

Australian vegetable growers have been inspired to break into international export markets at the Australian Vegetable Export Seminar 2018, held on Monday 18 June 2018 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.The seminar, a strategic levy investment under the Hort Innovation Vegetable Fund, ran in.....

sustainability, storytelling and differentiation

European tomato industry of the future discussed

PHOTO REPORT Tomatoes are one of the most important horticultural products for both Germany and Europe. At the European Tomato Forum, organized last week in Germany, the industry discussed the growing competition in the market.In the current tomato industry the growth of the snacking segment is an important topic, as.....

David Farquhar, CEO of Intelligent Growth Solutions:

"The need to optimise growing conditions goes beyond just light"

The world of indoor farming is rapidly evolving, we all know that. There are the innovators, the visionaries and even the opportunists (yes, there always will be). These groups contrast with the more traditionalist approach, the naysayers who are less than convinced about the positive future of indoor.....

June 20-21, Utrecht

NL: GFIA to feature speakers from Mars One, Copa-Cogeca and GODAN

The Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) will open in Utrecht, the Netherlands next week as European and Industry leaders join together to debate the biggest challenges to drive sustainable agriculture for increased productivity and food security in Europe and the World. GFIA takes place from.....

Colombians participate in food innovation event

The Colombian firm Sáenz Fety, with more than 60 years of experience in the commercialization of agricultural and livestock inputs, is the first Colombian company to participate in the largest international event on food innovation, Seeds & Chips, which connects people, ideas and solutions to strengthen.....

Sakata shows vegetables in Jordan, Uzbekistan

80 customers from 18 countries met with the Sakata team during 3 days in Jordan.Distributors visited from the Middle East, North Africa, Russia, Eastern and Southern Europe.They learnt more about Sakata’s portfolio and new varieties for the region. More than 250 varieties from 17 crops were displayed.....

US (LA): Produce growers tour Tangipahoa Parish farms

Members of the Louisiana Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association toured the Faust Farm in Amite City and the Poche Family Farm in Independence May 16 to share ideas and gain valuable information.LSU AgCenter fruit and vegetable specialist Kiki Fontenot said the purpose of the tour is to provide a networking.....

MSU offers self-paced online greenhouse courses

Growers can now register for the summer session of Michigan State University Extension’s College of Knowledge. There are now five courses in the nationally-award winning series:Root Zone Management CourseBiological Control for Greenhouse Growers(Spanish) Control Biologico para Cultivadores en.....

June 20-21, New York

US (NY): Startups look to redefine indoor agriculture

Six international agtech start-ups have been selected to pitch their technologies to a panel of ‘Sharks’ and an audience of 200 leading international indoor and vertical farming operators, agri-food businesses and VC investors at the upcoming Indoor AgTech Innovation Summit on June 20-21 in Brooklyn, New.....

Bayer launches online training in good agricultural practices

Following last year’s launch of the Spanish BayGAP online training aimed at supporting farmers in Latin America, Bayer is now also offering an English version, for which participants can register with immediate effect. The virtual self-learning course is free and available worldwide. It will last from May 28.....

Dutch government delegation on trade mission to India

Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality Carola Schouten, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Sigrid Kaag, Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management Cora van Nieuwenhuizen and Minister for Healthcare and Sport Bruno Bruins are in India from 23 to 25.....

Australian Made Board of Directors meet for the 100th time

The Australian Made Campaign has celebrated the 100th meeting of its Board of Directors, underscoring the longevity of the not-for-profit organisation that administers the famous Australian Made, Australian Grown logo (AMAG logo). Senior members of the businesses community attended the milestone assembly.....

March 13-15, Ho Chi Minh City

“HortEx Vietnam 2019 aiming for significant growth”

HortEx Vietnam, the first International Exhibition and Conference for Horticultural and Floricultural Production and Processing Technology in Vietnam, was successfully launched from 14-16 March 2018 in Ho Chi Minh City.In total more than 110 companies from 20 countries worldwide participated and 4,530.....

Arrell Food Summit tackles challenge of feeding the world

On Tuesday, May 22, more than 450 leaders from academia, the food industry, government, NGOs and philanthropy convened at the University of Guelph for the inaugural Arrell Food Summit. “Our ambition is no less to be the Davos of food—a meeting of the minds at the highest level to tackle the challenges of.....

May 25, Mumbai

India: Round table on Dutch greenhouse technology and knowledge

HortiTechIndia is organizing a round table session on Dutch greenhouse technology and knowledge, the HortiTechIndia way forward, on Friday May 25th in the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai. HortiTechIndia has developed a business case for the knowledge and technology needed for viable commercial greenhouse.....

New Zealand: Bumper crop of winners from Young Vegetable Grower

For the first time in the competition’s history, there are two winners of the Young Vegetable Grower of the Year competition: Esteban Ibanez and Gurjant Singh.The day-long competition in Christchurch saw entrants compete in a series of practical and theoretical challenges designed to test the skills needed.....

May 29, Mandurah

Australia: Exploring future growth opportunities for horticulture cropping

The benefits of growing fruit and vegetable crops in controlled, sheltered environments to boost food production in WA will be the focus of an industry forum in Mandurah later this month.The Protected Horticulture in WA Forum on 29 May is being hosted by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional.....

June 12-13, Cologne

"The reintroduction of industrial hemp is in full swing worldwide"

In the 17th century, at the heyday of sailing, hemp flourished in Europe and was an important agriculture crop. Almost all ship sails and almost all rigging, ropes, nets, flags up to the uniforms of the sailors were made of hemp due to the tear and wet strength of the fibre. Trade and warfare depended on.....

US (TX): Vegetable Spring Field Day in Uvalde draws producers

More than 80 agricultural producers and those in agriculture-related businesses attended the recent Vegetable Spring Field Day at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Uvalde.Participants came to the center to get science-based information and insights into the production of various.....

Trade mission and webinar Mexico and Guatemala

"Mexican horticulture thrives like never before"

More than a year ago, during the horticultural exhibition Expo Agrialimentaria in Irapuato, Mexico, people became nervous when Donald Trump unexpectedly won the US election. The future of Mexico was unclear due to possible import restrictions, the construction of the border wall and the 'America First'.....

December 4-6, Kiev

Ukraine: Fresh Business Expo preparing for 7th edition

From 4-6 December 2018 Fresh Business Expo Ukraine will kick off its 7th edition, the exhibition will once again take place at the International Exhibition Centre (IEC) in Kiev.Fresh Business Expo Ukraine, which took place from 5 – 7 December 2017, welcomed 3,744 trade visitors and 115 companies from 10.....

CAN (ON): Can one child feed the world?

Can one child feed the world? Perhaps not, but a few special individuals can inspire one to want to.Allison Chartrand Hayes, known to her family and friends as Allie Sunshine, was diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumour on her pancreas in 2002 and acute myeloid leukaemia in 2014. Always grateful for every.....
May 21-June 3

British Tomato Week extended to fortnight

British Tomato Week is back, but this year it’s not just one week but two.British Tomato fortnight runs from 21st May – 3rd June. Once again Glinwell will be supporting the British Tomato Growers Association in spreading the ‘British is Best’ message.Look for the Union Jack symbol on tomatoes in shops to.....

September 21-23, Hartford

US (CT): Aquaponics Association Conference speakers

The 2018 Annual Aquaponics Association Conference is getting filled with speakers. Take a look at the list of speakers lined up at the Putting Up Shoots conference for this year.Nick SavidovMurray HallamRyan ChattersonAngela TenBroeckKen ArmstrongCarlos LeonArvind VenkatAs the organizers continue to confirm.....

June 13, Wageningen

Wageningen University celebrates centennial with Plant Breeding Day

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary, Wageningen University & Research and KeyGene organize a Plant Breeding Day: successes of the past, food for the future. Subsequently, there will be a Career Event where plant breeding companies and Wageningen students can meet.When & whereWed 13 June 2018.....

June 13, Fort Wayne

US (IN): Open house at verticulinary greenhouse

"Though our greenhouse is only 3,000 ft2, visitors can expect to see more industry-relevant hydroponic equipment in one location than we believe is anywhere else in the country", says Robert Eddy of CEA Consultancy about the upcoming open house at the verticulinary greenhouse.Verticulinary Greenhouse Open.....
June 20, Utrecht

Networking event: 'Feeding the World Together'

Are you an (agri) entrepreneur with international activities or ambitions? Would you like to speed date with agri & food specialists of Dutch embassies and foreign trade officers in the Netherlands of more than 60 countries? Then join this unique event that will take place on 20 June in Utrecht. You will.....

Azerbaijan: Caspian Agro 2018 opens its doors

From 16 May, the 24th Azerbaijan International Food Industry Exhibition, WorldFood Azerbaijan 2018 and the 12th Azerbaijan International Agriculture Exhibition, Caspian Agro 2018 will open their doors.For the first time this year, the Caspian Agro exhibition has received support from the Food and Agriculture.....

Larive International joins trade mission to India

Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Sigrid Kaag, Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality Carola Schouten, Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management Cora van Nieuwenhuizen and Minister for Healthcare and Sport Bruno Bruins will travel to India.....

The 2nd Open Russia Greenhouses Debate

Russian market after 2020

More than 1500 ha of greenhouses are to be built in Russia by 2020. As practice shows, CEOs of Russian greenhouse companies prefer equipment manufacturers from the Netherlands, Spain, France, Germany and other European countries, relying on their extensive experience and field expertise. However, nowadays.....

August 9-10, Richmond

CAN (BC): KPU looking to build a better food system

Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) is bringing together community leaders and internationally-recognized food systems experts this summer for a two-day conference with the goal of making sustainable local and regional food systems.“We need a better food system,” said Dr. Kent Mullinix, director of KPU’s.....

University of Florida Greenhouse Training Online courses win national award

The Greenhouse Training Online (GTO) program offered to growers by the University of Florida IFAS Extension is the winner of the 2018 Extension Division Education Materials Award from the American Society for Horticultural Science. Over 1300 growers have participated in GTO courses, with an 80% success.....

Fresh produce (FPA) displayed alongside flowers (IFTEX)

New exhibition concept combines flowers & veggies

"In the US, it is a successful formula for several years and I think it will work for Africa as well", says Dick van Raamsdonk CEO of HPP exhibitions. For the first time, they are organizing a fresh produce exhibition (Fresh Produce Africa) alongside their International Floriculture Trade Fair (IFTEX) in.....

July 7-10, Gold Coast

Australia: Knowledge exchange for greenhouse growers

Protected Cropping Australia (PCA) will host their growers’ conference for 2019 at The Star, Gold Coast Queensland: 'Seduction by Technology - Knowledge Exchange for Greenhouse Growers'.PCA’s 2019 event will have a few tweaks such as the Tuesday sessions now to be focused on hi-tech, low-tech, nutrition,.....

Still limited export of Belgian fruit

Belgium accounts for 96% of EU's chicory export to Canada

The Canadian fresh produce sector was present at the CPMA Convention & Trade Show for the 93rd time. This year, the Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA)'s theme was 'Live healthy, Eat fresh'. VLAM was also present in this sector. They played into this theme. They had a well-presented product.....

Plant factory expert Dr. Toyoki Kozai to speak at Indoor Farming Symposium in Shanghai

Dr. Toyoki Kozai, president of the Agricultural Academy of Japan, will be among the industry luminaries delivering a keynote address at the 2018 International Indoor Plant Factory Symposium mid-June in Shanghai.Kozai will discuss, "The Present & Future of the Plant Factory with Artificial Lighting."The.....

Organised by WUR, BU Greenhouse Horticulture on June 6 in Bleiswijk, NL

Seminar: Applications for plant breeding

Plant breeding is the basis for the creation of new plant varieties that are more resilient, with high production and quality, which satisfies the requests of the consumers. In the area of genomic selection and high throughput technology, knowledge and expertise on crop physiology, resilience and phenotyping.....

serres ouvertes May 23rd to 26th

French greenhouses open doors

For the third consecutive year, French growers open the doors of their greenhouses and welcome visitors to explain all about the company, the way of production and the combination of nature and technology being made in the greenhouse.The event is named Serres Ouvertes. Within 2 weeks (May 23rd to 26th) 22.....

US (MI): Reduce weather-related risks in fruit production with high tunnels

Growing produce can be a risk for farmers in the Midwest thanks to unpredictable weather that can cut into profits. As part of the Fruit Focus track, during Michigan State University’s Agriculture Innovation Day: Focus on Fruit and Vegetable Technologies on June 28 at MSU’s Southwest Research and Extension.....

Opening of Expovalente Níjar

Spain: "Greenhouse cultivation is an environmental asset"

"The fair Expolevante Níjar is helping confirm that greenhouse cultivation is an environmental asset, and that is why it is time to do away with the clichés of the past and show the world an organic farming system that consumers can rely on, and which guarantees a good future for the sector." This was the.....

Substrates diversified to versatile crops

Sri Lankan companyCoco Agro will attend Macfrut 2018 (9th-11th May in Rimini) in hall D7, stand 034 to meet new potential clients. "With over two decades of experience in the business, we play a leading role in many markets all over the world and especially in the US and Canada, Europe, Turkey,.....

Fifteen international teams registered for Autonomous Greenhouses challenge

Fifteen teams have registered to participate in the Autonomous Greenhouses challenge organised in the research greenhouses of the WUR in Bleiswijk by Wageningen University & Research this year. In total, the teams comprise 90 individuals representing 15 nationalities from across the globe.Many teams.....

New project started

Designing resilient organic greenhouse production systems for Europe

Greenhouse production is a highly intensive cropping system that guarantees out-of-season production in any climatic condition. The Greenresilient project, which was launched on April 2, 2018, aims to demonstrate the potential and feasibility of an agroecological approach to organic greenhouse production in.....

31st May 2018, Amsterdam

Ukrainian Agro-Industrial & Food Forum

The Ukrainian Agro-Industrial & Food Forum is taking place on 31st May 2018 at the Barbizon Palace Hotel in Amsterdam with the official support of the Embassy of Ukraine to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the VNO-NCW and the Ukrainian Dutch Joint Business Council.Full information about the Forum can be.....

Cologne, 1 and 2 October

Tomatoes from space stations, desert and polar regions

Have you ever dreamt of taming the desert? Of flying to the moon and back? Come and meet the pioneers of tomorrow’s world at the “Revolution in Food and Biomass Production (REFAB)”, October 1 and 2 in Cologne (Germany). The required technologies are available. Their smart integration pushes our limits beyond.....

US: The Greenhouse Education Center on the road again

The Greenhouse Education Center is a greenhouse on wheels – and it may be coming to a city near you! NatureFresh™ Farms is on the road again with the Greenhouse Education Center program, taking part in events at retail stores, schools, and fairs all summer long. A brand-new crew of student leaders have also.....

UK: Will EDEN ISS plant cultivation technologies deliver terrestrial applications?

The EDEN ISS research project in Antarctica is designed to help astronauts grow food in space and on other planets. It has produced its first crop: 3.6kg of lettuce, 70 radishes and 18 cucumbers. But will the new technologies the project aims to develop be useful on Earth?Evolution and Design of.....

Hortiflorexpo IPM Beijing 2018 starts with exhibitor plus

According to the regular cycle, Hortiflorexpo IPM China will go to the starting line in Peking from May 10 to 12, 2018. China's most important horticultural fair has developed magnificently: While there were still nearly 680 exhibitors in 2016, over 800 exhibitors from more than 30 countries will show their.....

Indoor Ag-Con

E.coli outbreak puts food safety top of mind VF-industry

The E.coli outbreak in open field grown romaine lettuce might open doors and markets for indoor farmers and their local grown produce currently, but it also shows the vulnerability of an industry. On the Indoor Ag-Con industry leaders warned their colleagues for the possible threat to the complete industry.....

GreenTech announces Innovation Award 2018 nominees

With 450 exhibitors, global market leaders and innovators, GreenTech Amsterdam presents a comprehensive overview of horticulture technology. The exhibition – 20% bigger than in 2016 – provides a stage for greenhouse builders, horticulture suppliers, machine companies, soil and substrate producers, lighting.....

Dutch participants elated about trade mission to China

The recent trade mission to China has been a success for the Dutch agrifood sector. That is the conclusion of a telephonic inquiry round (by the Ministry of Agriculture) with participants of the trip (8-13 April). During the mission new contacts were made and agreements were reached on mutual trade.Earlier,.....

Photo report

Product innovations at CPMA focus on convenience and organics

Traditionally, many North American produce companies time the launch of new products around the CPMA show. This year, more than 50 new products or packagings for products were displayed in the New Product Showcase. There were four awards to be given away and out of the four recipients, three Canadian.....

Mon 27 August 2018 until Fri 7 September 2018

Summer School Greenhouse Horticulture

Wageningen University & Research is the “knowledge center” of the Dutch Greenhouse Horticulture, which is the most advanced and productive in the world. Scientists of Wageningen University & Research will share their unique knowledge with international students and researchers during this “Summer.....

soft fruit, food safety and breeding

New topics on the horizon for the Vertical Farming Industry

Yes, indoor farming is still a new market and yes the industry is young and promising and yes there is still so much to be discovered. All these known facts are still true. However yesterday on the first day of the Indoor Ag-Con, a certain amount of future predictions were made. Hot topics in the near future.....

Modern-day Romeo & Juliet in a Dutch greenhouse with Polish migrant workers

A.C. Hartman's greenhouse in Sexbierum, Friesland has been the setting for a Polish-Frisian Romeo & Juliet co-production since April 13. The play 'Lost in the Greenhouse' will continue until May 27. In the greenhouse where Frisian and Polish workers normally pick tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers, the.....
May 17, 2018

US (SC): Pros and cons of cover cropping for no-till vegetable & row crop production

No-till vegetable production offers a more sustainable approach to weed management than the frequent use of herbicides and tillage, and promotes soil health. Because cover crop based no-till vegetable production involves a different approach to management, growers may be reluctant to transition from.....

Medfel 2018

"Good and interesting exhibition with productive meetings"

This week the French fruit and vegetable industry gathered in Perpignan for the tenth edition of Medfel. International exhibitors were also present. Visitors and exhibitors described the exhibition as “good and interesting” and as “quiet, but valuable”. Lots of them also experienced the exhibition as a.....

“It was the biggest trade show so far in Vancouver”

Photo report CPMA

On April 25 and 26, the Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) held its annual trade show at the Vancouver Convention Centre in downtown Vancouver. The event drew about 3,500 participants and 270 exhibitors to the largest and, most importantly, sunny city in British Columbia.Trade show exhibitors were.....

Indoor Ag-Con bigger than ever

"Becoming an event organizer was never the plan"

It wasn't her original goal, but over the last couple of years Nicola Kerslake and her Indoor Ag-Con event grew to be one of the main connecting events in the Indoor Farming industry. Next week, the sixth edition of the show is coming up and with over 50 speakers, two stages and hundreds of participants. It.....

NL: Geert Wilders visits Limburg greenhouse growers

Geert Wilders of the PVV visited two greenhouse horticulture companies in Limburg on Friday 6 April. Wilders saw a tomato and a strawberry company. "It's fantastic to see here what great companies there are. The professionalism and the heart of the people for their products are considerable," Wilders.....

Netherlands: Eminent celebrates 35th anniversary

On Friday, 20 April, Eminent celebrated its 35th anniversary. About 200 guests gathered for an inspiring themed afternoon about vegetables, food and health in the World Horti Center.The afternoon was opened by Jan van Heijningen, manager of Eminent. Jan thanked his wife for her support, after which he gave.....

Trends and technologies in indoor farming

We’re just a little over a week away from the 6th Annual Indoor Ag Con, May 2nd and 3rd in Las Vegas. During this two-day event, the biggest trends and newest technologies within the global indoor agriculture industry will be highlighted.The conference will cover many different types of crops including.....

May 16, Vineland Station

CAN (ON): Inside the Science: The Tomato Story

Learn more about Vineland’s greenhouse tomato research program and how they are partnering with industry to enhance Canadian growers’ competitiveness in the marketplace. Featuring presentations from the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers’ (OGVG) and partners.Tours/presentations will be one hour (1-2 and.....

webinar, May 8

Fifty shades of green

The Ohio Program with the support of Syngenta and in cooperation with Jungle Talks puts the spotlight on horticultural game changers around the world via a series of 1 hour webinars starting on May 8, 2018.Koppert Cress, Dutch producer of Living Microgreens (otherwise known as cresses), is expanding rapidly.....

ESA workshop

"A new plant health framework impacting the movement of seed"

The movement of seed including treated seed is becoming increasingly important to the seed industry for commercial seeds, as well as for seed production and new variety development. At the same time, the phytosanitary requirements for seed movement are becoming more challenging.The governing body of the.....

May 3, Gingin

Australia: Growers invited to leafy lettuce field day

Industry body vegetablesWA is inviting growers to a field day focussed on leafy lettuce varieties in Gingin next month.Chief executive John Shannon said the full day tour and workshop at the Loose Leaf Lettuce Company on May 3 is an opportunity for growers to explore leafy varieties and speak to seed.....

April 23-24, Paris

The impact of global change on plant diseases and pests in Europe

The French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES), in collaboration with the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO), is organising a conference on 23-24 April 2018 in Paris. This two-day event will.....