Horticulture Water News

  • Empower yourself with information from our free to attend Farmers Workshops.

    Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family - Kofi Annan. Agritech Expo Tanzania is offering take-home knowledge and skills from the free-to-attend interactive training workshops, in order for farmers of all scales to make informed decisions on new products and agri supplies by comparing ...

  • New CapDI for Horticulture Brochures!

    Voltea, the world’s leader in membrane Capacitive Deionization (CapDI©), has created and published a new brochure that focuses on how CapDI benefits the horticulture industry. CapDI tunably removes and controls ...


    By Voltea B.V.

  • Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board Calls For Water Research Partnerships

    The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) has launched a new £1.5m initiative to address challenges identified across the UK agriculture and horticulture industries relating to the management of rotations, soil structure and water. The AHDB has combined funds from the potatoes, cereals and oilseeds, dairy and horticulture sectors, something that has provided the required ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Malic Acid Encourages Sweet Cherry Cracking

    "Cracking" is a problem for sweet cherry production wherever the high-value crop is grown. However, despite considerable research, the reason that this phenomenon occurs has not been clear. In a new study, Andreas Winkler, Max Ossenbrink, and Moritz Knoche reveal their discovery of what makes sweet cherries crack. Knoche, lead author of the study published in the Journal of the American Society ...

  • Strategic greenhouse horticulture research has joint benefits

    Six months after its launch, the ‘Club of 100’ continues to grow steadily; around 40 supply companies are now more closely involved in strategic research into greenhouse horticulture at Wageningen UR, and jointly carry responsibility for the research. The participating companies are right on top of the latest developments, have a say in the research and develop an interesting network. ...

  • Wageningen UR designs horticultural research centers in the Middle East

    Wageningen UR Greenhouse Horticulture is involved in the establishment of horticultural research centers in the Middle East where food security and food safety are important political and social issues. The establishment of a horticultural center starts by formulating a research agenda for the coming years. Based on this agenda and other conditions, like budget, a design is made by Wageningen ...

  • Chronica Horticulturae Volume 54 Number 4

    Chronica Horticulturae Volume 54 Number 4 (December 2014) is available as well as the ISHS 2014 Membership Directory. This issue of Chronica Horticulturae includes: News & Views from the Board: ISHS Publications 2.0 • Appointment of Dr. Kim Hummer as ISHS Science Editor • IHC2014: the 29th International Horticultural Congress, Brisbane, Australia ...

  • CJP organize Brainstorming sessions on Genetics, Agronomics, Horticulture & Commercial Advancement in Moringa Farming

    India based CJP- The Advanced Biofuel Center’s 2 Day Moringa State of Art International Workshop: 3rd Global Moringa Meet 2014 focuses on the entire Moringa production from Ground zero to scale from November 21 & 22, 2014, Jaipur, India. Topics are carefully selected to cover the Agronomy, Horticulture, Biology, Engineering, Marketing and Financial aspects of Moringa ...


    By Advanced Biofuel Center

  • High-tech greenhouse research facility for Australian horticulture

    Supported by Wageningen UR Greenhouse horticulture, a new high-tech greenhouse research facility will be built on the campus of University of Western Sydney, 50 km West of Sydney, Australia. Greenhouse horticultural industry is fast developing in Australia. Several new large vegetable production sites have started their operation during the last years, some of them with Dutch technology. ...

  • 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

  • Australia completes historic purchase of water for the environment

    The Rudd Government today completed the single largest purchase of water for the environment in Australia's history. The Government is buying almost 240 gigalitres of water entitlements for $303 million from Twynam Agricultural Group. That is equivalent to one half of all of the water used in Sydney each year. The water purchased today will be used to restore the rivers and wetlands of the ...


    By Australian Government

  • Bolivia expands watershed-based irrigation

    IDB finances construction of new infrastructure and systems for sustainably managing scarce water resources. Bolivia will build 33 community irrigation systems covering 9,000 hectares in seven Departments throughout the country under a US$34 million program financed by the Inter-American Development Bank. Drawing on lessons from past irrigation programs in Bolivia’s arid and semi-arid regions, ...

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