- Assistant Manager - Perth, Tasmania
- Laboratory Manager: Nematology - Stevensville (ON) Canada
- CEO for Tissue Culture Lab - Indonesia
- Sales Engineer North America
- European market Sales Representative: Cut Flower crops
- Head Grower - Niagara-on-the-Lake (ON) Canada
- “Mayesh” Sales Representative - Los Angeles (CA) USA
- “Mayesh” Branch Buyer - Los Angeles (CA) USA
- “Mayesh” Branch Manager - Phoenix (AZ) USA
- Berry Grower - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Top 5 -yesterday
- Humid autumn challenges propagators on lit tomato crops
- Israel: Taking away the hurdles for growers to start indoor vanilla orchid cultivation
- ‘It’s not as carbon-hungry’: UK’s largest sunlit vertical farm begins harvest
- Unmanned vertical farm in China: is this what the future looks like?
- Strawberry substrate production systems: a review by Omafra
Top 5 -last week
- "Transparent solar panels offer opportunities in energy transition"
- "Growing more quality with less, AgTech in hydroponics is part of the solution”
- "Philippines offer great potential for coco substrate market"
- Electricity for the people, heat for the plants
- 2.8M square feet glass farm in Lancaster, CA approved
Top 5 -last month
Vanilla 2021 Miami
Date : 11/9/2021 - 11/11/2021
Location : Pullman Hotel Miami Airport, Florida USA
Vanilla 2021 will be held the week of November 9th - 10th, 2021 in Miami, followed by field trips to Homestead, Florida. We have decided to hold a vanilla meeting at this juncture as the majority of people are vaccinated and we have important issues that require discussion.
The top two issues plaguing vanilla today are:
the use of Natural Vanilla Flavor WONF with added vanillin
the lack of knowledge regarding how to cultivate vanilla in new geographical locations.
This meeting will also introduce a new perspective: the concept of vanilla cultivation in Florida. Vanilla is still not a completely cultivated plant, and as such, every time we move from small to intense farming there are new problems that we must learn to deal with. We will be discussing growing conditions, disease, and other important issues affecting the agriculture of vanilla. We believe the introduction of new vanilla production areas is beneficial to the vanilla business. We also believe that vanilla cultivation on American soil will accelerate the application of science and technology to the resolution of impending issues in vanilla production.