The second day of the trade show Greenhouses, Vegetable Growing, Horticulture, Irrigation and Flowers. Fazenda. Almaty 2023 made it clear that the market is developing, but in what direction? The level of expansion has slowed down over the last months, but it could change at any moment as the market is dealing with many influences.
The Russian war, boycotts, and trade limitations greatly affect the horticultural market. On the one hand, it's boosting export opportunities as the import from other countries and the development of horticulture in Russia have slowed down. But on the other hand, it is limiting the willingness of investors to start or continue their horticultural plans.
For now, we'll update you with some photos. Next week we're publishing an extensive market report, but without a paywall or link to a sketchy website, of course.
Evgenii Grunin with Gorkunov group, operating propagation, and production facilities in 6 locations in Russia of in total 100 ha for cucumbers, tomatoes, salad, and flowers. They operate 8 ha cut roses, pot roses, 5 ha pot roses, and start reconstructing a greenhouse for spray chrysanthemums. Now they build 6 ha for orchids.
Lucchini is for the second time exhibiting at the show. Alexandr Knyaziuk.
Vadim Zinoviev with Korolevagro, dealer of the Tomsystem in Kazakhstan.
Carina Sieger and Anna Turow's with Otte Metallbau, talking to Alexey Rogov with KDV.