Another day at GreenTech Mexico again provides great talks

The moment HortiDaily is being sent out, it's time for the participants and visitors of the GreenTech Americas to get ready for the final exhibition day. Yesterday proved to be much busier than the first day, which often happens at the shows, but both days resulted in happy faces for the exhibitors.

Last year's event took place in August and still dealt with the effects of the pandemic, something that seems to be over now. However, another virus still sparks the conversation is ToBRFV, the rugose virus, which is a hot topic on the show. Other talks included what techniques to apply in a market with lower margins: optimization, so to say. Then there's the always-present enthusiasm for the technical novelties shown. We'll update you on that next week.

Photos are coming - on Monday, we have the complete report, but here's a little sneak peek.

GreenTech Americas represents the main fair for the horticulture sector in Mexico. "Fertri, as one of the biggest manufacturers, attends this exhibition to be in contact with the market, which is very important for the company," the team said.

Last year PATS received a new investment to expand their smart insect monitor and bat drone. Bram Tijmons is looking for new markets.

Here's Simon with Genap! Their water solutions are 'waterproof', as their slogan states.

Also, several breeders found their way to the show. The team over at Enza introduced their products resistant to ToBRFV, as the virus still proves to be a big problem in the industry.


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