04 November, 2014

Haifa offers free webinars on plant nutrition and fertilization

'Knowledge, your key to success’ - four online seminars in cooperation with
Wageningen University, the Netherlands
04 November, 2014 - Haifa Group organizes a series of four monthly online seminars, focusing on 'Knowledge, your key to success’. The webinars will present practical key topics of advanced plant nutrition and fertilization in modern horticulture. The first webinar, targeting “Optimizing Quality” is set to Wednesday, 3rd December 2014. Participation in the webinar series is free of charge.

The webinars are produced in a co-production with Wageningen University, the Netherlands, and will be delivered by Prof. Leo Marcelis, Head of chair group Horticulture and Product Physiology. The webinar sessions are aiming to provide a broad knowledge and to assist growers, advisors, and horticulture professionals.

The topics to be covered in the four-session webinar series are:
1. Optimizing Quality - December 3th, 2014, 8:00pm (GMT +1)
The necessity of sufficient and accurate cation supply to crops' quality
2. Optimizing Growth - January 28st, 2015, 8:00pm (GMT +1)
Anion supply – importance, benefits, and influences
3. Optimizing Color & Appearance - March 4th, 2015, 8:00pm (GMT +1)
Micro nutrients as essential elements in modern horticulture fertilization
4. Optimizing Nutrition and Climate - April 15th, 2015, 8:00pm (GMT +1)
Climate in relation to nutrition and vice versa, with special focus on pH and EC

As the webinar is a live event, viewers will be able to ask questions, and receive an immediate response from Prof. Marcelis and from the Haifa team.

Free registration is now open at: www.onlineseminar.nl/haifa-u
Following a short online registration process, the webinars are free of tuition fees.

For more information
Haifa Chemicals ltd.

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