The Netherlands was the centre of the global floriculture sector last week, during the FlowerTrials, and attracted visitors from all parts of the world. Asians, Americans, Europeans and even some Africans and Australians found their way to one or more of the in total 30 FlowerTrials locations in the Netherlands and Germany. Also this year, the 52 participating companies, breeders in particular, showcased their newest varieties, concepts and other innovations in a special way. Also FloralDaily and our colleagues of bpnieuws were at the FlowerTrials to make an extensive Photo Report.
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The success of the FlowerTrials is mainly due to the following two components; cooperation and available space. Cooperation, because the visitors are being exposed to a extreme large assortment of plants. And available space, because the participating companies create an area to showcase all the products they want (and not like on an exhibition, a selection).
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