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Black carrots could reduce risk of Neurological Diseases

New research suggests that eating black carrots on a regular basis could have positive benefits in reducing the risk of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Some components of black carrots -including its anti-inflammatory properties and anthocyanin- can play an important role in treating these…

North American producer sees higher demand for ready-to-eat beets

Beets are in season in North America, with a good supply of product available at the moment. Producers say that the winter months also tend to see a spike in demand for the red colored root vegetable, as consumers look for healthier meal options.  "In 2019, the demand in the market for more healthy and functional foods is…

Robert Jan de Goey, Megaphoton

"Built-in reflector in grow light provides up to 15% more light"

Reflectors are used to direct the grow light into the crop. Each type of reflector has the right hardness (which benefits the lifespan) and reflects at the maximum (which benefits the production). The material of all reflectors is high quality, but nevertheless there is always loss of efficiency. Megaphoton presents a…

DRCE1275, De Ruiter Seeds

New name for summer cucumber: Gotja

After having tested the variety DRCE 1275 extensively at various locations, De Ruiter is now selling the variety in the Netherlands and Belgium for summer cultivation under the name Gotja. This moment was celebrated with Robert van Rijckevorsel in Breda, who tested the highly productive variety with resistance to the…

UK: Strawberry ‘Malling Centenary’ reaches annual sales of 60,000,000 plants

‘Malling Centenary’, a strawberry variety from the East Malling Breeding Club, based at NIAB EMR in the UK, has exceeded annual sales of 60 million plants. First introduced to the market in 2013, ‘Malling Centenary’ is in demand from growers and the major international retailers owing to its very high percentage of Class…

Harris Moran-8849 chosen to be 2019 ‘rodeo tomato’

The high-yielding Harris Moran-8849 tomato has been selected as the official “rodeo tomato” for the 2019 San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo, which runs from February 7 to 24. “Each year, a new tomato variety is selected by Texas A&M AgriLife to be the official tomato of the event,” said David Rodriguez, Texas A&M…

Western Canada: Fresh Attitude Prewashed Baby Lettuces and Salad Kits now available

Canadian, family-owned company Vegpro International is introducing their most popular products to Western Canada. Fresh Attitude prewashed baby lettuces and salad kits have officially made their debut in the produce sections of Western Canada's grocery stores, and can be found in major retailers such as…

The 13 healthiest root vegetables

Root vegetables are not just delicious; they are part of a healthy diet. Defined as an edible plant that grows underground, potatoes, carrots and onions are a few common examples that most are familiar with. However, there are many other types—each with a distinct set of nutrients and health benefits. Here are the…

US (TX): High-yielding Harris Moran-8849 chosen 2019 ‘rodeo tomato’

The high-yielding Harris Moran-8849 tomato has been selected as the official “rodeo tomato” for the 2019 San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo, which runs from Feb. 7-24. The Harris Moran-8849 is a high-yielding plant with extra-large deep red fruit. The Harris Moran-8849 and Texas Superstar plants will be available…

Aubergine: Sicilian produce price goes slightly down

As it is widely known, Sicilian fruit and vegetable production has been highly affected by the frost waves which slowed down the aubergines' ripening, in the most meaningful Sicilian areas. Astuto company's round aubergines Indeed, prices are relatively high because of the shortage. Giovanni Astuto is a specialised entrepreneur who farms soilless aubergines alongside tomatoes. He…

Innovation in new 4.7 liter soft fruit pot

For the attentive reader it was already on display at the Strawberry Day , but among the various ornamental pots that Van Krimpen took along to the IPM Essen, it showed up again: the new 4.7 liter pot for soft fruit. Joost Thijssen of the producer of plastic products: "The first production will start at…

Texas Superstar Festival Strawberry available for Valentine’s Day

Strawberry plants are an edible gardening gift that keeps on giving well beyond Valentine’s Day, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. David Rodriguez, AgriLife Extension horticulture specialist, San Antonio, said the new Texas Superstar selection – Festival Strawberry – provides some of…

The Giovanni Pasquariello's observations

Italy: Winter produce enough only for loyal customers

Giovanni Pasquariello is the owner of the Azienda Agricola Pasquariello Giovanni. He said to FreshPlaza, "For the current campaign, we expanded by 20% the acreage devoted to winter crops spread over a slightly longer period, from the end of September to mid-March. The harvesting times are going well. Before Christmas holidays,…

Italy: High-quality strawberries, but the demand is low

The Melissa strawberry variety from Basilicata is of excellent quality, but the demand is not very high. Francesco Manuzzi, an operator from the Cesena Wholesale Market, described this trend. "At the moment, I have contacts with a couple of Southern Italy companies, one in Basilicata, and another in Sicily. The Melissa strawberries from…

India: Unique variety of soft seeded pumpkin developed

A unique pumpkin variety has been developed by the Ludhiana-based Punjab Agricultural University, that does not have a hard seed coat. “ The Research Evaluation Committee and the State Varietal Approval Committee has approved this variety of pumpkin for cultivation in Punjab,” said Ajmer Singh Dhatt,…

University of Reading, UK

Breakthrough research finds new benefits of blueberries

New research suggests blueberries can have a significant effect on memory and attention in children. Prof Claire Williams is the chair of neuroscience in the School of…

Italy: Pepe company is specialised in late varieties

Carmine Pepe is the owner of the Pepe company, located in Cellole, and founded in 1957. He passed on the business to his son Claudio. He said to FreshPlaza, "We have been farming cauliflowers for 60 years when hybrid seeds were not even available. Back then, cauliflowers were named after their harvesting…

Dramm partners with Vifra to offer humidity management to North American market

Dramm partners with Vifra, specialists in humidity management, to offer their solutions to North American customers. Vifra focuses on helping growers optimize their greenhouse humidity. Founded in 1994 by Vincenzo Russo in Rome, Italy, Vifra produces high quality systems designed for easy maintenance and long life.…

Fokke Dullaart (Harvest House): "Dutch acreage tripled after trial year"

Spanish, Dutch Monterosa tomatoes available year-round

Maurice Weijs grows tomatoes in the Dutch town of Kester-Weijs. He is always on the lookout for something new. So, last year, as a trial, he had 1,000m2 of Monterosa tomatoes in his greenhouse. Although the cultivation of this exclusive tomato is no easy task, it did fulfil a need. As a result, this year, he has…

Surprising health benefits of eating banana flowers

Banana is a delicious fruit that can be eaten any time of the day and it has numerous health benefits. But few people know you can also eat the banana flower. Next time you think of throwing away those flowers, pause for a moment and think about these great benefits of banana flower. Banana flowers are rich in dietary fiber, just…

Sofie Vandereycken, Presa

"Laser marking of fresh produce has a future despite competition from other labeling methods"

"A few years ago we introduced the Solaris laser coding machine that uses a CO2 laser to burn a text or logo in fruit and vegetable products. We had a lot of demand and interest from companies, but it was a little early at the time to compete with the existing ways of packaging and labeling," says Sofie…

Salsify: A little-known restaurant staple

Some people call salsify an impressively ugly ingredient for any cuisine. However, mashing it reveals its delicate, creamy side, while roast salsify comes out somewhere between a potato and a parsnip – nice, but perhaps a little bland. According to Andrew Clarke, the chef-patron at St Leonards in London, salsify isn’t really the sort…

First Belgium cucumbers of the season sold at the REO Auction

On Monday, 21 January, the first Belgian cucumbers of the new growing season were sold at the REO Auction. REO producers Jasper Haghedooren from Westrozebeke and Nico Perneel from Oostnieuwkerke were, just like last year, the first suppliers that delivered. This fruit vegetable is becoming an…

Toy plants made out of plants

Last year, Lego introduced plant-based plants, bricks that a re made of sugar cane. While producing from oil costs CO2, the sugar cane absorbs CO2. According to the Danish toy production company i t is a step in Lego's plan to make every brick from sustainable material by 2030. Check out this unboxing video to see what it is…

Microgreens – 2BFRESH presents new products in new packaging

According to recent research, all types of microgreens contain a vitamin concentration 10 to 15 times their amount in mature produce. A person who consumes 15 grams of microgreens is as if he/she had eaten 200 grams of mature produce. To illustrate, if you eat 15 grams of microgreen broccoli, it's as if…

Fennels: the added value of correct processing in the field

"Looking after more than 50 hectares of horticultural production in  open fields can be challenging but they can be very satisfying if they are treated with care”. Giuseppe Leone is an agricultural entrepreneur in Siracusa, Sicily, where the plain and fertile fields have become a landmark for international…

Organic and Fair Trade hot pepper medley launched

Jacobs Farm Del Cabo, an organic and sustainable farmer of fresh herbs and vegetables out of the Central Coast of California and Mexico, has introduced Cabo Diablo Hot Pepper Medley from its Del Cabo brand. The company says the pepper medley is organic and Fair Trade certified, and that the 8oz pack boasts a mix…

Showcased at the Marca fair, in Bologna

New ready-to-eat products by La Linea Verde

La Linea Verde have introduced new ready-to-eat products, which were showcased at the Marca fair, in Bologna. These products are almost 10 different vegetables cooked in three different manners and packaged with the ‘skin’ technique. Andrea Battagliola, a member of the marketing management board of La Linea Verde, explained, “The vegetables…

Israel: New sweet basil hybrid resistant to downy mildew

Researchers at Bar-Ilan University, in cooperation with Genesis Seeds Ltd., have developed a hybrid of basil, the culinary herb, which is highly resistant to Downy Mildew, a devastating disease caused by a fungus-like pathogen. The new, patented product contains no pesticides and will provide much-needed…

Packaging Automation exhibit eco-friendly machines that will increase productivity

At Fruit Logistica Packaging Automation will be exhibiting robotic tray sealing machinery suitable for packing all types of fruit and vegetables in preformed trays, the team will be on hand to showcase the latest developments designed to deliver significant increases in productivity, efficiency and…

Olive-sized watermelons

Turkish firm is producing pepquiños

Produced by a Turkish agricultural firm, olive-sized watermelons, also known as pepquiños, were put on display at a food fair on Wednesday. The tiny watermelons were featured at the 26th foodProduct, held in the Turkish Mediterranean province of Antalya. Head of the company, Mustafa Erust, stated that they produced the…

London-based designer creates lamps from mushroom mycelium

As an alternative to synthetic materials, designer Nir Meiri has created a series of table lamps using mushroom mycelium. The shades for each of the minimal table lamps are made from mycelium –the vegetative part of a fungus– with metal forming the stand and base. Each lamp is illuminated from below by a separate…

"Apply the proper dose from any spray tank at a reasonable price"

Arborjet announces the launch of the new AccuFlo Flow Rate Meter, representing a shift in the way industry professionals apply liquid nutrients, pesticides, and fungicides. Made from 3D printed carbon fiber, the AccuFlo is durable, but extremely light. “At Arborjet, we don’t rush to modify a widget or blindly follow a…

Coen Swager, TB&S:

“Purple point cabbage good alternative to red cabbage”

Red cabbage is currently not readily available, and prices reflect this. “It’s a good time to make purple point cabbage part of your assortment,” says Coen Swager of TB&S. The company has grown point cabbage for 35 years, and in recent years they also started growing purple point cabbage. They market…

Tochihime strawberries ‘melt in the mouth’

Japan’s Tochigi Prefecture is boasting the largest strawberry production in Japan for 50 years in a row. There is even a strawberry -called Tochihime- that is sold only in this prefecture. Various other strawberry varieties are also grown in the prefecture, including the leading Tochiotome, the Nyoho, a classical variety…

"The Jinshan 88 cherry tomatoes are even sweeter this season"

"The Jinshan 88 cherry tomatoes from Pingdu City in Shandong entered the market in November, 2018, and supply will continue until July, 2019. The supply season is 9 months. The product quality of Jinshan 88 cherry tomatoes is better than cherry tomatoes from other production areas. The main reason for…

Italy: "Cucumber is not a widespread crop here"

Giuseppe Venezia is the production manager of the Venezia company guided by his son Stefano, with offices close to the shore, in Sicily. He said that “even though the cucumber is not a widespread crop here, its farming is well established in south-western Sicily. This product allows companies…

Advanced Berry Breeding introduces new raspberry variety, Sarafina

Once again Advanced Berry Breeding has brought out a new raspberry variety: Sarafina. This variety is seen as a nice addition to the previously introduced varieties Wengi, Shani and Rafiki. This is also confirmed by the extensive tests that have been carried out in Spain, Tanzania and Mexico and other…

Sipo widens gourmet range with vegetable spaghetti

After launching the Super Veggies ready-to-eat salad-with-shoots line, Sipo widens its gourmet product range with the Spaghetti Veggies line. We are talking about vegetables cut like spaghetti that can be enjoyed raw, steamed, sautéed or boiled. They are ideal as a side dish, with pasta or rice or as a…

UK: Inspiring a new audience for watercress

A new watercress marketing campaign is set to increase awareness and inspire a new audience of consumers to include it in their diet. AHDB and The Watercress Association have collaborated to increase the consumption of watercress amongst 18-30-year-olds. Nicola Dodd, Marketing Manager at AHDB, said: “Social media is a great…

Oranges better than carrots at preventing Macular Degeneration

A study by the Westmead Institute for Medical Research has shown that oranges reduce the risk of developing late macular degeneration by as much as 60 percent. That means that…

After selling over 10 million pizzas

Caulipower now turns to tortillas

Caulipower, a brand under the umbrella of Vegolutionary Foods, has announced the launch of its newest frozen innovation, the cauliflower tortilla. Available in regular and grain-free varieties, the frozen tortillas will retail for $6.99 per eight-pack. Founder and CEO Gail Becker said the line was inspired by seeing…

Diabetes management: Broccoli may help regulate blood sugar levels

Diabetes mellitus is quite a common condition nowadays. It is marked by elevated blood glucose levels. If nothing is done to control the condition, diabetes may also lead to…

Black-out screen provides active humidity control

Since 1988, Phormium has produced one of the darkest black-out screens on the market: the double screen PH 98 +1. The screen is known by growers of short-day plants for its darkening capacity, energy saving and quality. In 2014 Phormium launched the award winning PhormiTex Eclipse 1+98. PhormiTex Eclipse combines the characteristics of the…

Tomato health benefits

As we all know, a tomato is technically a fruit. But when it comes to nutrition, tomatoes - along with seedy cucumbers and zucchini - are categorised as vegetables. That’s due in part to their lower…

ImpacTrack data logger wins Gold at LAMMA 2019

ImpacTrack is a new, low-cost data logger with a family of synthetic food shapes, developed by Martin Lishman Ltd. The innovation has impressed the judges of the Innovations Awards at LAMMA 2019 who have awarded it a Gold Medal in the Future Innovations category. Using low-cost digital Agri-Tech solutions to meet…

New app connects beekeepers and growers

Pollination Network, a mobile app that helps local farmers and growers find bees and beekeepers, launched this week in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The app helps…

Blueberries to lower risk of tooth decay

The Oral Health Foundation claims that blueberries (and cranberries) seem ‘especially good for oral health’. Dentists have urged manufacturers of mouthwash and toothpastes to…

"Maximizing heating efficiency and plant production with Hydronic Bench Heat"

Stuppy Greenhouse has expanded its product line to include pre-engineered, custom Hydronic Bench Heat for growers looking to maximize heating efficiency and plant production. "Bench heating warms the soil with direct contact from rubber tubing radiant heat to the root zone for even control of soil…

Not for the peckish

Anyone for an eggplant-shaped bath bomb?

Lush Cosmetics is thinking out of the box for its Valentine’s Day 2019 collection. Having vegetable-shaped bath bombs is certainly something new. Lush’s Valentine’s Day release is set to launch online on January 7, and in-store at Lush’s locations on January 11. Source: hypebae.com

Belgium - Lumifungi

Mushroom-based lampshades, grown on recycled coffee grounds

Lampshades whose colour and texture mimic the mushrooms that generated them are a new example of eco-design. As consumers, designers and companies are increasingly considering eco-minded solutions, a Belgian project shows how to grow oyster mushrooms from recycled coffee grounds and use the leftovers to…

Eating better = hearing better

Diets high in sugar and cholesterol can contribute to hearing loss as people age, according the Journal of Nutrition . Studies show that nutrient deficiencies, including B12 and folic acid, can impair hearing loss significantly. Experts report that boosting these nutrients can protect hearing by as much as 20 per cent. Studies also show…

Pennsylvania Dutch company creates “vegan pork” from shiitake mushrooms

Pennsylvania Dutch company Russian Pepper USA has created “Vegan Scrapple” made from shiitake mushrooms. Scrapple -also known as panhaas or “pan rabbit”– is a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch pork-based…

Lycored’s tomato extract achieves non-GMO project verification

Lycomato, Lycored’s proprietary blend for supplements, has become the first tomato extract to carry the Non-GMO Project Verified seal. The seal gives consumers assurance that a product has completed a comprehensive third-party verification for compliance with the Non-GMO Project Standard. Lycomato is Lycored’s first proprietary blend and…

A new purple tomato

The YOOM® tomato is characterized by its extraordinary color and its novel and balanced bittersweet aroma. This is further enhanced by the delicious and exotic umami flavor and a feeling of intense, straight-from-the-field freshness. Besides having a wonderful flavor, YOOM® also contains a large amount of anthocyanins compared…

Productive peak expected in the next weeks

Italy: this will be an excellent year for the Adelita raspberry

The Basilicata region, in Southern Italy, is renowned for strawberry farming. Recently, raspberry farming represented an excellent idea not only from an agronomic standpoint but also in terms of business. FreshPlaza interviewed Carmela Surian, CEO of Compagnia Delle Primizie – a company famous for…

Five green vegetables that may help manage blood pressure

High blood pressure or hypertension is a condition where the pressure of the blood against the artery walls is higher than it is supposed to be. High blood pressure is one of…

Ralph Coenen, Vitacress Real:

"Plenty of opportunity in the herb sector, also in hydroponics"

The herb market is still growing strongly, but still there is a shift in the market. Chives are still growing, but has to give in to other herbs such as lemon thyme. Herb specialist Vitacress Real, supplier of cut herbs and pot herbs, tries to stimulate the consumer to use herbs through concept…

The Baby Plant and MilShake projects

Vivai Milone 's new BabyPlant range was created almost as a 'collateral effect' of its lab productions. MilShake is also being introduced to the nursery garden range: the famous milk shake container is combined with a sheet of paper with a flower mix that can be planted. The idea is to make people more…

Staay Food Group

Cauliflower mix and Tapas tomato mix anticipate new food trends

The holidays are rapidly approaching and two new products are being introduced to the market: a colored cauliflower mix and a tapas tomato mix. Staay Food Group: "These go well with the trends of “shared-dining” and“instagrammable food”". Staay Food Group has developed both products in cooperation with…

"Stackable Snackables" wins Joe Nucci award at the New York Produce Show

Village Farms Stackable Snackables™ series of specialty tomatoes in new top-seal packaging won the Joe Nucci Award for Product Innovation at New York Produce Show and Conference last week held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. Village Farms describes the new packaging as featuring bold,…

Swedish research:

Green leafy vegetables may prevent ‘fatty liver’

Consuming larger portions of green leafy vegetables may reduce the risk of developing liver steatosis, or fatty liver. In a study published in PNAS researchers from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden show how a larger intake of inorganic nitrate, which occurs naturally in many types of vegetables, reduces…

Italy: Turnip Greens are mostly farmed in Puglia

Nicola Calabrese is a researcher at the Food Production Science Institute of the CNR in Bari. He explained to FreshPlaza that “Turnip greens are a characteristic vegetable from Puglia. It started as a minor Brassicaceae, a humble product. However, it has become increasingly successful and also the…

The secret to good crop rotation? Ghostbusters!

Getting rid of the ghosts of crops past - it's not something to be underestimated as they know at the Dutch pepper nursery Kwekerij Moors. In order to keep hauntings by lost plant souls to a minimum, this company applies a tried and true method during the yearly crop rotation. They decided to share their secret on…

Robotic harvesting is not sci-fi anymore

The development of robotic innovations becomes more achievable day by day. For instance, using a robot to harvest strawberry is not sci-fi anymore, and the results are extremely good. We had already discussed this two years ago when we showed a video illustrating the remarkable harvesting precision. Now,…

Comparison between open field and greenhouse tomatoes

A Spanish study on the adaptation of long shelf-life Mediterranean tomatoes grown in greenhouses and open fields was issued on 4th December 2018. Long shelf-life tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) landraces, characterized by carrying the alc allele in the NOR.NAC locus, have been traditionally cultivated in…

Ensuring that you get enough nutrients

The colour of healthy fruits and vegetables

Each colour of the fruits and vegetables you eat daily carries its own set of unique disease fighting chemicals which are called phytochemicals. It is these phytochemicals which give fruits and vegetables their vibrant, bright and natural colour and of course numerous health benefits. Health expert Luke Coutinho in…

Focusing on the health benefits of Micro Leaves

A statement was released today, stating a directed focus on the health benefits on Micro Leaves by the company 2BFresh. Dr. Uri Mayer Chissick (Ph.D), says: "Most of us know that various…

Series B funding round

Chinese e-commerce App just raised $100M

Among the many up-and-comers, jostling for a spot in China’s massive e-commerce industry, there are a few that pick a niche market and present a novel business model different…

Floral holidays with edible roses

A luxury Christmas dinner with a floral touch or festive toasting on the new year with a colorful glass of champagne. Rose growers Rodewijk focus fully on the holidays with their edible roses 'Rosalicious'. Restaurants, bakeries and catering industry "The biggest difference is not in the cultivation, but in the sales", says…

Italy: the growing aromatic herbs sector

Massimo Gambuzza is the technical and marketing manager for the Azienda Giudice Martina Franca, “We can count on a covered surface of 16 hectares. Thanks to this, our company is one of the most important in the basil production sector in Sicily. We have grown by 4 hectares in only 2 years – as a…

The Christmas tree you can eat

A Christmas tree that's good enough to eat is the must-have decoration at Waitrose & Partners this Christmas. Herb-loving shoppers are in for a treat as the retailer will be stocking rosemary…

Strange trend - watching people eating crunchy vegetables

ASMR is a phenomenon where people enjoy listening to specific sounds. These sounds include light tapping, whispering or the turning of pages. Nowadays, listening to the sounds of people eating is also popular. The sound of a crunchy carrot or bell pepper is extremely popular. Clips of people eating these…

Prof Dave Hodgson, University of Exeter:

"The humble carrot is the only British native in the Christmas dinner"

At an event called "The Science Of Christmas" in Falmouth on December 6., professor Dave Hodgson of the University of Exeter will explain the origins of Britain’s favorite…

Mexico: First roma tomatoes shipped from new greenhouse

The Star Group’s new Culiacán growing and packing operation is off and running. Star is producing Big Taste roma tomatoes that will hit the market this week. The packing operations, propagation facilities, greenhouses, and test fields have been in preparation throughout the fall. “We are thrilled to be…

New plug and play devices deliver dissolved oxygen to plant roots

Dissolved oxygen (DO) does many things for your plant. It is a critical but often overlooked piece that helps plants uptake nutrients through the roots. Dissolved oxygen is the mechanism that allows the nutrients to be absorbed through the root membrane. "Without sufficient levels of DO, there will be no…

Syngenta gathers in one place the main players of the courgette supply chain

Italy: the present and the future of the courgette

In Sicily, Syngenta organised “A day about the present and the future of courgettes in Italy” with the participation of producers, technicians, retailers and nursery farmers. During the day, many topics were discussed such as varietal innovations, plant diseases, genetic research and consumption trends.   Visiting…

Italy: fighting pepper plant diseases

On Friday 23rd November 2018, Dr Laura Minozzi from the Institute for the Sustainable Protection of plants – CNR and Cristian Carli (Agrion Foundation) illustrated new technologies for monitoring the peppers’ diseases and they also showed the results of the 2018 experimentation on the varietal comparison…

Living greens company launches organic red butter lettuce and spring mix

Pete’s, the California-based produce company specializing in hydroponically grown, non-GMO verified living lettuces and living cress varieties, will introduce their newest…

Industrial Association distinguishes Pöppelmann-Pflanztopf:

Recognition of innovative product idea for design and functionality

Plastics company Pöppelmann was among the winners of the "Pro-K-award 2019". This prize is awarded annually by the Pro-K- Industrieverbandes Halbzeuge und Konsumprodukte aus Kunststoff. . The jury of this competition made the TEKU "recycling blue" plant pot series the pro-K-award Winner 2019 in the…

The yield dropped by 70%

South Italy: the effects of climate change on Italian produce

Giorgio Mercuri is the Fedagri-Confcooperative national president and an entrepreneur. He described the critical conditions that Southern Italy has been experiencing, “For more than one month, we have been facing very dramatic situations throughout Southern Italy”. Damaged crop The past months’ extreme climatic conditions – heavy, persistent…

"Amblyseius-System becomes more eco-friendly"

At Biobest they are constantly looking at ways to make their packaging more sustainable. Reducing reliance on plastic is a key focus. With this in mind, their team has redesigned the packaging for the Biobest bulk Amblyseius-System replacing plastic buckets with specially designed eco-friendly paper…


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