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Bejo: Inside Out Interview with Marketing & Communication manager Mirjam Both

Bejo: Exploring nature never stops Inside Out Interview with Mirjam Both, Communication & Marketing manager Being a global player in the world of seeds and vegetable production, what are important global trends you currently notice? We serve more than 100 markets with our vegetable varieties and seeds, and all of these markets have their own

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Free webinar: Use of peat & development of growing media in horticulture

Free webinar: peat & sustainable growing media in horticulture In the battle against climate change, governments and NGOs worldwide have challenged the use of peat in horticulture. Peat is known to be good quality, consistent growing media available at a decent price. However, researchers and producers of growing media have been investigating alternatives. In a

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International Horti Quiz

International Horti Quiz Jungle Talks, the organizer of global horticultural webinars and radio programs, teamed up with Quiz Brothers to present a new, entertaining event for anyone interested in horticulture; the International Horti Quiz. On 24 March 2021, from 20.00 – 22.00 CET, the first International Horti Quiz will take place. Meiny Prins, CEO of

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Countryside – The Future: Horticulture takes center stage in New York City

The horticultural sector, prominently featured in the center of the world: New York City. A unique story when it comes to food production, based on knowledge and technology and focused on sustainability, circularity, health and using the power of nature. These subjects are important to me in my personal life and being an entrepreneur. On 20 February 2020 the

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Eat This network keeps on growing

Foundation NethWork has invited private companies to join its Eat This network and work together to connect horticulture to society. The horticultural sector can greatly contribute to solving some of the urgent issues of today’s world: the access of sustainable, healthy food for all. NethWork lets others tell that story and connects to journalists, creatives, thought leaders

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