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  • Autonomous Greenhouse
  • Energy
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  • Indoor Farming
  • Supply Chain
  • Water
Sander van Golberdinge

‘Water scarcity is by far the biggest challenge’

Substrate supplier Grodan from Roermond has this year become a partner of the Dutch Greenhouse Delta (DGD). “We can see many opportunities in the Gulf region and the Dutch Greenhouse Delta is helping us to jointly capitalise on them as horticultural suppliers. With the assistance of this unique network, we can offer many product solutions, services and knowledge for safe and sustainable food solutions worldwide”, says Sander van Golberdinge, Manager Public Affairs of Grodan.

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New Partner MJ-Tech

MJ-Tech; a rapidly growing and ambitious company has joined our cluster! The Brabant-based company MJ Tech has been producing tailor-made high-pressure misting systems to control crop growth for 30 years. MJ-Tech’s high-pressure misting systems result in an optimal temperature and humidity, allowing for better control of the crop’s moisture absorption.

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The Daylight Greenhouse

In addition to top-quality Phalaenopsis, Dutch family-owned company Ter Laak puts sustainable innovation high on the agenda. In 2018, working with partners including Priva and Stolze Installatietechniek, the company established the very first “Daylight Greenhouse” covering an area of over five hectares.

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Uday Bath Koppert Biological

‘Indian horticulture is booming’

Indian greenhouse horticulture is expanding at a rapid pace. And the ceiling has not yet been reached: the government wants to double farmers’ income by 2022 , which can be achieved by increasing productivity. According to Uday Bhat of Koppert India, a number of challenges still need to be overcome to achieve this, particularly in the areas of logistics and energy.

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Edwin & Damion

‘Lots of interest in innovative horticultural technology in the Gulf region and beyond’

Damion Schwarzkachel and Edwin Vanlaerhoven from Certhon feel the possibilities for making the population eat healthier and turning the world into just that little bit more of a beautiful place with the help of modern greenhouse horticulture are literally endless. Also in markets outside of the current growth regions, like the Gulf region and South East Asia.

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SIlvia Xu Signify

‘High-tech suppliers have to prove themselves in China’

Chinese greenhouse horticulture is developing rapidly: investors and governments are eager to set up new companies. This offers a wealth of opportunities for Dutch suppliers. But according to Sylvia Xu from Signify, these opportunities are not just there for the taking.

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Gert Dral

‘The Netherlands must innovate constantly, to offer sufficient value to China’

The Chinese central government has now, for the second time in their five-year plan, named the agricultural sector as a focus sector, with a strong emphasis on high-tech solutions. The policy is aimed at increasing the country’s own food production, and thus reducing its dependence on foreign markets.

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Ridder Arjen Janmaat

‘Indian government can help 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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