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Roel Vanderbruggen


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Wilbert van Oers

Young strawberry plants for the new season of 2021 


Another crop we have in regular rotation are chili peppers! These are staples in our greenhouse. Durham College CTA: Culinary Tourism Alliance #feaston #loveONTfood #durhamregion #durhamcollege #greenhousegrown #localfoodweek — Bistro 67 (@Bistro_67) June 11, 2020


Steve Marafiote

It was a pleasure to host Minister David Ridgeway and IASA CEO Leonie Muldoon at Sundrop Port Augusta yesterday, great to see level of engagement and drive for our state being led by these key people with great insights and support for industry.

Shay Zeltzer


Intergrow Greenhouses

Farming is a Family affair! 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Mark Manacle, Greenhouse Manager at our Albion Facility, shows his daughter, Sophie, a thing or two about growing tasty tomatoes. Happy Father's Day!

Borja González Herrarte

The correct balance between pests and predators is one important factor in the way to achieve a sustainable farming. Introducing companion planting in the single crop plantations, is a basic strategic to host these benefit insects, while increase pollination and crop productivity. 🤝🏽 Nesidiocoris tenuis is a great ally in our…

Michael Ploeg

Project update AppHarvest Morehead site Work in progress #Dalsem #Modern #Greenhouse  #AppHarvest #Agtech #turnkeyprojects  #farmingnow #kentucky #equilibrium #tomato #sustainability #workinprogress

Jordan Miles


Marwan Jassim Al Sarkal


Buddhi Magar


Nicky Mann



Helical Outpost Farms




Alex Chen


Evripidis Papadopoulos


Meridiem seeds Italia


Iker Fiallegas Palecios


American Hydroponics





We are testing the impact of different floral margins (sainfoin, chicory and native perennial wildflower mix) next to commercial strawberry crops @WetCentre. These provide rainwater capture, pollen and nectar for insect pollinators, and are hosts to pest natural enemies. — NIAB EMR (@NIABEMR) May 26, 2020

Kristina Krimova



Farmer Fel

In bloom!!!! — Farmer Fel (@DownOnFelsFarm) May 19, 2020

Maria Muschitiello


Mark van der Zande



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