8 to 10 October 2013, Messe Wien

Austria: Horti Vienna gate to Eastern Europe for the horticulture industry

Horti Vienna 2013 shows international trends and solutions -
Novelties and valuable specialist information for the horticulture industry will be offered at Horti Vienna 2013 from 8 to 10 October 2013. The specialist trade fair for Middle and Eastern Europe will be even more international this year and take up further current subjects, such as climate and energy concepts. More than 160 exhibitors from 15 countries warrant a comprehensive overview of the international trends and solutions in horticulture technology in hall D of Messe Wien.

About 20 exhibitors will show new techniques and materials for the construction of greenhouses. Their offers include even complete solutions for construction of greenhouses that are already completely furnished. Different roofing material, new plastic films for better plant growth and energy saving options make the production of cultures in glass and plastic film greenhouses even more economically efficient. Additionally, there are visually appealing concepts for sales greenhouses and gardening centers.

Many novelties provide interesting answers to rising energy prices, increasing competitive pressure and climate heating: Climate controls, energy screens , potting machines and watering systems can be viewed and compared comfortably at Horti Vienna.

Many exhibitors inform about substrates and fertilizers for special requirements or cultures; Horti Vienna offers direct contact with international suppliers on short paths.

As compared to the last trade fair, Horti Vienna 2013 clearly develops the "Green area" with exhibitors for tree nurseries, shrubberies and grown plants. Visitors can also expect a wider range of young plants for decorative plants and vegetables. The Austrian agricultural publisher and Horti Vienna are setting up a novelties display window as a special attraction: There, exhibitors show their new types of potted and cut flowers, bed and balcony plants, woods and shrubbery, as well as vegetables. For the visitors, the novelties display case is a special service since they can gain a compact overview of all novelties and order for the upcoming season directly.

For the first time, Horti Vienna also takes up the subject of floristics with a number of exhibitors in the area of GartenBauCentrum Österreich, which forms a central part of the trade fair with its roughly 50 stalls.

The lecture program offers added value to the specialist visitors. National and international experts permit more specific solutions for subjects such as energy, irrigation control or new plants for market opportunities. The entire lecture program is held in the German language and free of charge for the visitors of HORTI VIENNA.

The partner country of Horti Vienna 2013 is Slovakia. Magdaléna Lacko-Bartosová, secretary of state in the Slovakian ministry of agriculture, and Austria's minister of agriculture Nikolaus Berlakovich will open the trade fair together – as a sign that HORTI VIENNA 2013 is becoming even more international: In addition to the Austrian and German exhibitors, many companies from Middle and Eastern Europe are expected as well as some from India and Israel. Horti Vienna meets its special function as a gate to the markets of Eastern Europe.

Horti Vienna is organized by H & K Messe GmbH & Co. KG from Hemmingen near Hannover, which organizes successful specialist trade fairs across Europe as a private trade fair company.

For more information:
Horti Viennaspecialist trade fair for horticulture for Middle and Eastern Europe
8 to 10 October 2013
Messe Wien, hall D, entrance Trabrennstraße, U2 Krieau
www.horti-vienna.at


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