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  • All
  • Autonomous Greenhouse
  • Energy
  • Human Capital
  • Indoor Farming
  • Supply Chain
  • Water
Ridder Arjen Janmaat

‘The Indian government needs to steer growers in the right direction’

India has long been the promised land for food production, but there are still big steps to be taken in the field of food safety and food security. This is all happening far too slowly, according to Arjen Janmaat of Ridder.

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Bas Duijvestijn

‘Technology can mean a lot for the Gulf region’

Van der Hoeven Horticultural Projects is a renowned greenhouse builder that delivers turn-key greenhouse projects worldwide. The company has its own R&D department and develops, among other things, new cultivation systems for diverse climatic conditions. Bas Duijvestijn has worked as Sales Manager at Van der Hoeven for four years and has been commercially responsible for the Gulf region for one and a half years.

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Peter Maes

Putting our shoulders to the wheel together to capitalise on opportunities

Speaking: Peter Maes, Corporate Marketing Director at Koppert Biological Systems and member of the DGD Supervisory Board

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Indoor Growing

The advantages of indoor growing

Today, in theory, there is enough food on the planet to feed approximately 12 billion people, but the way it is distributed around the world is inefficient and unsustainable. As food is transported across the entire globe, its shelf life or freshness tends to deteriorate considerably and a lot of food often goes to waste.

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Grodan: Every Drop Counts

Did you know even condensed water can be reused in the greenhouse? In the horticultural sector, Grodan aims to make optimal use of water’s value. Fun fact: less than half of the amount of water that is used when tomatoes are grown in soil is needed when grown in the greenhouse.

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Developments in cultivation systems

How do you respond to the increasing demand for complete cultivation systems with knowledge and technology and contribute to efficient ornamental, food and herb cultivation? Roeland van Dijk, CODEMA’s logistics specialist, explains what the most important developments are and what impact this has on the different systems.

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An answer to the growing demand

Edward Verbakel is Managing Director of VB, which plays a leading role in the horticulture, construction, civil engineering, and energy infrastructure sectors.

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Interview with Eric Egberts

“We must respond locally to the growing need for fresh, healthy and sustainably produced food,” says Egberts. “If we don’t, it will soon be too late – not just because of the coronavirus but also due to climate change. Even more people will be displaced worldwide. We need leadership!”

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