24 March, 20.00 – 22.00 CET

The first international Horti Quiz is a fact

Jungle Talks, the organizer of global horticultural webinars and radio programs, is teaming up with Quiz Brothers and presents a new, entertaining event for anyone interested in horticulture; the International Horti Quiz.

On 24 March 2021, from 20.00 – 22.00 CET, the first International Horti Quiz will take place. Meiny Prins, CEO of Priva and the driving force behind the Sustainable Urban Delta, will do the official kick off.

This first quiz is about the fundament of sustainable production; Soil, Substrates and Seeds. These themes will be hosted by Koppert Biological Systems, Grodan and Seed Valley respectively. The quiz will also contain two rounds with general questions.

After the quiz, participants can join one of the three breakout rooms to learn more about the aforementioned themes to get in touch with specialists working at the sponsor companies.

Each team will have one team captain who can invite 4 more (groups of) people to join his team. The invitation that will be sent to the captain, can be shared by him / her on 4 more devices. Young and old, specialists and generalists, beginners and professionals, everybody is welcome. Prizes can be won but, the winners will be selected randomly.

Ed Smit, and Renee Snijders of Jungle Talks: “We invite anyone with an interest in horticulture. The International Horti Quiz will provide insights and knowledge yet in a fun and entertaining way. Participation to this quiz is and will remain to be free of charge. A voluntary contribution to a good cause, to be announced during the quiz, will however be appreciated’’.

Teams can register for the International Horti Quiz via the site.

For more information:
Jungle Talks


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