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Predictions for the Greenhouse Industry in 2023

For a crop to be of the best quality, a precise degree of competence is needed. Many growers achieve this by getting into the habit of using good growing practices and being aware of emerging trends.

To already help growers get ahead of the trends in the new year, the team over at GreenPro Ventures has compiled a list of trend predictions growers can expect in the new year.

E-commerce will be a hot topic this year as customers are becoming more acquainted with the idea of having their products delivered right to their door. To learn how to effectively run e-commerce, the greenhouse industry has to look at these instances.

Back-to-work movement
The urge of people to go out and buy plants will likely decline as the economy worsens. Time for gardening and landscaping will become less important to consumers as more people will start working at the office again and spend less time at home. However, this back-to-work movement may also spark a surge in the number of greenhouses that sell directly to landscapers.

Healthy living
As healthcare expenditures continue to soar, adopting a healthy lifestyle will become increasingly important to many people. This will result in a higher demand for, and consumption of, fruits and vegetables.

Vegetables, herbs, and container gardens will continue to increase in popularity, especially given the high cost of food and the popularity of growing among consumers. Annual flowers will remain popular, but as people are searching for plants with less upkeep, the popularity of perennial flowers will likely grow.

Tight supply 
Because of the economically challenging year that was 2022, many farmers in the Northwest are cutting back on their production. However, most farmers will likely still experience 2023 as better in this regard than the previous year.

Energy-efficient sources
Growers can combine local sources of free or inexpensive renewable energy, for example, the thermal exhaust from power plants and the biomass waste from dumps, with energy-efficient lighting sources like LEDs. The essential procedures for lighting specialized crops are now being developed through research, which will continue in the upcoming years.

For more information:
GreenPro Ventures Pvt Ltd
Tel.: +91-8221-229400
Email: [email protected]