- Head of Farming | Ukraine
- Avocados Sales/Marketing Professional - Europe
- Commercial Manager/Trader for Flowers - Holland
- Head Grower - Berries, New Zealand
- Grower - Morehead (KY) USA
- Africa Fruit Export Sales Manager (Africa Division)
- Fruit Export Junior Sales Manager (Europe Division)
- Horticulture Production Manager
- Farm Manager (Cherries) - BC, Canada
- Process / Application Engineer - Water Treatment
Top 5 -yesterday
Top 5 -last week
- "Organic growers want to add microorganisms or bio-fertilizers without changing the EC"
- What do papayas, vanilla and black pepper have in common?
- Rising Farms: New lease of life for Mexico’s agriculture
- “There is much potential for optimizing blueberry and grape crops with nanobubble technology”
- "Breeding for the entire world from the new centre Tomato Vision"
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Special Service Supply
Pieternel van Velden, Krabbels Tekst en Beeld
Rem Koolhaas argues for linking the horticulture sector with the consumer
The first edition of the webinar series 'Eat This!' featuring world-famous architect and journalist Rem Koolhaas was launched with an audience of more than 1,000. World Horti Center is organising the webinar series in collaboration with Nethwork in order to talk to visionaries from inside and outside the…
Beneficial Insectary debuts instructional release videos in English and Spanish
Beneficial Insectary’s IPM team has made use of the downtime thanks to COVID-19 by working on digital content for their customers. Over the last year, they have released a series of instructional videos for using their organisms on the Beneficial Insectary YouTube channel. This week, B.I. debuts…
Technology helps managing tomato ripening during journey to consumer
AgroFresh Solutions, Inc. has expanded the global application of its flagship SmartFresh™ technology solution to optimize the consumer experience for a wide range of crops…
Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge
The power of cooperation
Every grower’s ultimate goal is to maximize the yield and quality of their crop, while minimizing the use of resources, to save costs. Exactly this is the mission of the teams competing in Wageningen University’s Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge, only then without ever entering the greenhouse. So what is the best way to…
The importance of a 13-week cash flow forecast
It is no secret that the recent pandemic has wreaked havoc on the global economy, pressuring businesses across all industries to take severe measures to “weather the storm” to ensure their survival. As businesses, both large and small, are forced to rapidly address their liquidity positions, we…
BEST Human Capital & Advisory Group
"Topgrade your people for post-pandemic success"
As company leaders, our task is to manage the efficient restart of our companies. Regardless of the industry sector or how positively or negatively positioned a company has been through the COVID-19 crisis, we face a new business normal to varying degrees. As leaders, we want our companies to come back…
Webinar this Thursday, April 30th
How to profitably increase local fresh fruit and vegetable production in warm and hot climates?
Cravo’s retractable roof technology allows fruit and vegetable growers in warm and hot climates to produce high quality product, especially during times of the year when it is difficult to grow. This Thursday, the company will be holding a webinar that discusses cost effective solutions to the challenges…
The Spanish company launches its new biotech division Seeds4i
"Making it easier for seed houses to obtain their horticultural hybrids in record time"
In partnership with the Institute for the Conservation and Improvement of Valencian Agrodiversity of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (COMAV-UPV), the Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research and Training (IFAPA), the University of Almería (UAL), the University of Córdoba (UCO) and the…
ec2ce offers integral solution
Artificial intelligence for predictive supply chain management
Supply chains have experienced enormous changes over the past decades, and integrating decisions have been made in different departments like production, packaging, logistics and distribution to customers. This enables more efficient chain management and decision making, with a better perspective of all…
"You can't switch off plants"
Research continues at WUR in Bleiswijk
In the research greenhouses of the Business unit Greenhouse Horticulture and Flower Bulbs in Bleiswijk, the crops grow, especially with the sunny weather, very well. And crop treatments need to continue, which was also stated by the minister of Agriculture, Carola Schouten: you can’t switch off plants.…
Online trainings on screen & netting solutions
"In response to current precautionary measures, our training and information activity does not stop but is richer now with a new digital tool." That is explained by the Arrigoni Group. "We're committed to finding a safe solution to continue supporting and assisting Italian and international growers, even…
How to manage payroll in a crisis
The COVID-19 crisis has forced some companies to close their doors and others to see lucrative contracts cancelled, supply lines dry up and customer demand plummet. Many small…
Improving berries through CRISPR
Pairwise will blend CRISPR gene-editing technology with germplasm of existing berries to create new varieties. Plant Sciences, Inc. (PSI), a berry breeder and ag research company in California, will be Pairwise’s germplasm provider. by Kelly Duffort, North Carolina Biotechnology Center As a result of this fruitful partnership,…
World Horti Center launches Online HortiXperience
World Horti Center is launching an Online HortiXperience: a package of online services. An important element of this service is the Online Tour, which enables you to take a virtual look around World Horti Center, with experts telling you all about the sustainable and innovative greenhouse horticulture…
Nino Venezia, Dutch graphic group:
"We can guarantee quick delivery times, even in these difficult times"
The Dutch graphic group moved into its new 2,600 m2 premises last year. This building is located at Fresh Park Venlo, the Netherlands. The coronavirus outbreak is making things difficult. Despite this, the demand for labels, tags, and index cards remains high. This company supplies all kinds of graphic…
Students pleased with online consultation Urban Greenhouse Challenge
On 2 April, student teams of Universities around the world consulted experts on how to design a greenhouse integrated in the city of Dongguan, China: an urban greenhouse. This first ever online speed date session of the Urban Greenhouse Challenge was a big success according to the coaches (see previous news item).…Grower summit Artemis
Growers discuss adapting to COVID-19
In Artemis' grower summit a lot of videos from growers talking about how they're getting through COVID-19 can be found. Speakers from JAMCO/Red-Hat Cooperative, Planted…
KeyGene and LGC extend license for Sequence-Based Genotyping technology
LGC, Biosearch Technologies retains a worldwide non-exclusive license for the commercial offering and use of KeyGene’s patented SBG technology across all species and crops. The SBG patents protect highly cost-effective methods for identification and scoring of genetic markers, including SBG, Genotyping…
Growers for Growers webinar series
Heliospectra is going to have some 1-hour webinars in which people can learn how companies are keeping teams connected and their business running, and in another webinar ways your cultivation team can address changes in seasonal daylight and photoperiod to improve crop performance. Webinar Greenhouse OperationsThe…
Ventilation control discussed in online knowledge lessons
Consultant Paul Jense with Priva discussed ventilation controls that influence the greenhouse climate resulting in desired stable conditions. He explained how you can set window limits and the P-band to prevent fluctuations in air exchange and thus achieve a better climate for the crop. With Priva Office…
Macpac has re-launched Plantpac.
"On-line sales may be a short term answer to falling sales"
UK garden nurseries and growers have been hit hard these days. "Yet growers want to see the results of the weeks and months of green-fingered hard work get to their customers - and at the same time the health-giving benefits of plants are widely known whether by helping us to indulge our pastimes or…
WUR LightLab to be accredited for light measurements
The Wageningen University & Research LightLab has unique measuring equipment to measure characteristics such as translucency, diffusion and spectrum of greenhouse cover materials and screens. Now, WUR LightLab is the first ISO17025 accredited lab to be permitted to carry out measurements under the…
East-West Seed helps rebuild livelihood and ensure food security for Marawi IDPs
East-West Seed Philippines, through its Knowledge Transfer program, and in collaboration with Plan International, United States Agency for International Development Marawi Response Project, and the Provincial Government of Lanao del Sur, recently launched a 6-month capacity-building project in vegetable…
Special Service Supply
This month, there will be a new special on HortiDaily in which Service Supply will be the central topic. Related articles will be published in the newsletter on a daily basis in our international publications (FloralDaily…
Better and faster steaming with gas-fired steam heater
Because nurseries with soil-bound crops like lettuce or cut flowers are getting bigger, a 'normal' steam boiler isn't enough anymore in a lot of cases. Steam of over a hundred degrees Celsius is necessary to decontaminate the soil. When the distance from the steam boiler in the boiler room to the soil that…
Growing tomatoes in Iceland: isolated, cold and dark?
Growing tomatoes in Iceland? Sure! At Fridheimar, Knútur and Helena do just that. They produce one tonne of organic tomatoes every day. Close to their farm is a hot water spring they use. When the water comes in, it is still about 95 degrees Celsius. The water heats the greenhouse, so it is always about…