Horticulture Transport News

  • Wageningen UR Greenhouse Horticulture helps to improve greenhouse horticulture in Chile

    Chile is a unique country: 4 000 km long, 17.6 million people of which more than five live in the capital Santiago. In the neighbouring province of Valparaiso (33 ° S) is located the main greenhouse horticulture region of Chile. The local government contracted the foundation Wageningen UR Chile to make a plan for an Innovation, Demonstration and Training Center. For this, Wageningen UR ...

  • Highly convincing in handling, cleaning and feed dosing

    (DLG). After having successfully passed a test in practice, the DLG Test Center Technology and Farm Inputs (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft – German Agricultural Society) recently awarded the PAL-VITAL feeding bowl for broilers of the German manufacturer PAL Bullermann with the test label “DLG FokusTest”. Already during design and development of the feeding bowl, the ...

  • Call for Abstracts: I International Symposium on Quality Management of Organic Horticultural Produce

    The organizing committee of the First International Symposium on Quality Management of Organic Horticultural Produce (QMOH2015) to be held in Ubon Ratchatani, Thailand, during 7-9 December 2015, would like to invite you to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation at the symposium. This event is organized by Ubon Ratchatanai Rajabhat University (UBRU) and is suppprted by the ...

  • Super absorbent technology for horticulture on display in Essen

    In January, UK-based Super Absorbent Fibre (SAF) manufacturer Technical Absorbents (TAL) will join over 1500 exhibitors at international trade fair for plants (IPM Essen) as it displays an array of innovative fibre and fabric technologies from its Agrotas product range that aid efficient water management. IPM Essen ...


    By Technical Absorbents

  • LED lighting can significantly reduce greenhouse horticulture energy consumption

    With the exception of energy consumption, where there is still much to be done, the Dutch are global leaders in greenhouse horticulture. The quality is high, and nowhere else is the use of water and pesticides so low. Even so, demand for innovation, sustainable production and healthy fruit and vegetables and high-quality flowers remains high. One innovation that would really help in this is the ...

  • TAL to get green-fingers at Greentech

    In June, the Rai in Amsterdam will open its doors for the first time for a new exhibition dedicated to horticulture. The biennial exhibition – GreenTech – Amsterdam is the new platform of international horticulture technology. UK-based Super Absorbent Fibre (SAF) manufacturer Technical Absorbents (TAL) will join around 100 exhibitors at the inaugural event and ...


    By Technical Absorbents

  • IDCs: innovation engine for horticulture

    “We want to show innovations in intensive horticulture and demonstrate how they can be applied in practice. This is the main goal of the Innovation and Demonstration Centres (IDCs) in the Netherlands,” says Sjaak Bakker of Wageningen UR Greenhouse Horticulture. There are currently seven operational IDCs, namely in the field of water , flavour, energy, LED lighting, bulbs and plants, ...

  • Premier Tech makes a U.S. acquisition

    Premier Tech is pleased to announce the acquisition of the vonGAL Corporation. This company, located in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S., manufactures and markets reliable and high performance rigid packaging palletizing solutions to diversified industries. With this acquisition, Premier Tech's Industrial Equipment Group (IEG) integrates the renowned expertise of some 80 skilled team members to ...


    By Premier Tech Aqua

  • Urban horticulture supplies fresh food, creates jobs, recycles waste

    By 2025, more than half the developing world's population - an estimated 3.5 billion people - will be urban. For policy makers and urban planners in poor countries, greener cities could be the key to ensuring safe, nutritious food, sustainable livelihoods and healthier communities. The concept of "green cities" is usually associated with urban planning in the more developed world. But it has a ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • FY 2010 exports expected to rise to $104.5 billion; imports drop to $76 billion

    Fiscal 2010 agricultural exports are forecast at $104.5 billion, up $4.5 billion from the February forecast and $7.9 billion above final FY 2009 exports. Strong oilseed and grain shipments support the overall export forecast. The soybean export forecast contributed most to the improved overall trade forecast, with exports spurred by record U.S. soybean production and record early season sales to ...

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