Nominees announced for GreenTech Innovation & Concept Awards 2023

GreenTech is pleased to announce that 6 of the 34 submissions have been nominated in 2 categories, 'Innovation' and 'Concept,' for the GreenTech Innovation & Concept Awards 2023. "A clear signal that horticulture is a highly innovative sector," says the jury. The winner per category will be announced during the opening of the show on the first day. GreenTech Amsterdam will take place from 13 – 15 June at RAI Amsterdam.

Jolanda Heistek (chairman jury) explains why the jury selected the nominations below: "We received even more applications this year than last year, and the level was very high. As a jury, we mainly looked at the originality of the entries and at sustainability (less use of natural resources such as water and energy)."

Nominations per category

Category Innovation

  • CE-Line B.V., product: Celine
  • Biobest, in collaboration with PATS, product: Trap-Eye™
  • Agculture, product: Geysir

Category Concept

  • Skytree B.V., product: Model 5
  • Ridder, product: Ridder Cropview AI
  • BiomicAgritech, product: Growing Top Down from Rotatable Tubes

The jury of the GreenTech Innovation & Concept Awards 2023 consists of:

  • Chairman: Jolanda Heistek, Greenport West-Holland (Netherlands)
  • Silke Hemming, Wageningen University Research (Germany)
  • Peet van Adrichem, HortiTech B.V. (Netherlands)
  • Peter Zwinkels, Tecknokas (Netherlands)
  • Roel Vanderbruggen, Proefcentrum Hoogstraten (Belgium)
  • Bart van Meurs, Division Q (Netherlands)
  • Tijl Hoefnagels, Rubio (Netherlands)

The jury's advisory committee consists of:

  • Brian Sparks, Greenhouse Grower (USA)
  • Leonardo Capitanio, Vivai Capitanio (Italy)
  • Enrico Verhoef, Total Greenhouse Service (Mexico)
  • Heinrich Dressler, Haymarket (Germany)

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