GrowTech grows to gateway exhibition
This week the Growtech Eurasia takes place at the Antalya Exhibition Centre in Turkey. Even though the Turkish greenhouse market itself is not as flourishing as it seemed to be some years ago, the Growtech has found a strong position in the industry.
Vertical Farming Market Research Report - Forecast to 2022
Market reports: solid research or wild guesses?
"The vertical farming market is estimated to be valued at USD 5.80 Billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 24.8% between 2016 and 2022." Sound familiar? It could be because you've read this phrase, or something very similar to it, in a press release or newspaper article recently.
winter light greenhouse
"10% more light than the reference greenhouse"
The first cultivation year with cucumber from high wire production in the winter light greenhouse in the Netherlands has been completed. The last part of the cultivation has ended remarkably quickly with a very nice quality up to the last fruits.
"vegetable garden of the Soviet Union"
11 hectare greenhouse project opened in Azerbaijan
On the 4th of December, the President of Azerbaijan, IIham Aliyev, opened the new greenhouse of Baku Agropark. This complex for the cultivation of tomatoes covers 11 hectares. This project will create at least 140 jobs in the region.
"Spreading risks with the cultivation of peppers, algae and blackberries"
Risk spreading and internationalization will be the driving force behind Wouter van den Bosch and his father Jaco for the coming years. The entrepreneurs want to make their business future-proof by not only focusing on the pepper cultivation, but also on the cultivation of algae and blackberries.
Vietnam: TAP completes new phase in 24-hectare greenhouse
Teshuva Agricultural Projects (TAP) completed another phase of installation and operation of high-tech soilless-culture farm, in Tam Dao, Vietnam. "This is a major step forward in completion of a project started in November of 2015."
Wouter Kuiper, KUBO:
"Growing needs to become easier"
If only growing would be easy, there'd be no more hunger in the world. It may sound like a pipe dream, but this week KUBO CEO Wouter Kuiper explained clearly how simplifying horticulture can not only benefit the world's growing population, but at the same time help the horticultural industry flourish now and in the future.
Workers safe after carbon monoxide incident at Windset Farms
A big scare for the Delta BC team of Windset Farms last Saturday. After exposure to carbon monoxide, 43 employees had to receive medical evaluation and treatment. All of them were released from care the same night.