At Flormart, the International Nursery Gardening Show, scheduled from September 26th to 28th, there will be around three hundred exhibitors presenting trees and ornamental shrubs, green and flowering indoor plants, lawns and everything necessary for the construction of parks and gardens, the layouts for the floriculture production but also those for the construction of the green, the means and materials for the cultivation of plants and finally a wide range of services and research and experimentation activities.
All this is made possible by institutional and professional collaborations. Among the former, it is worth mentioning those with the Veneto Region and Veneto Agricoltura, those with the Ministry of Agricultural, Agri-food, Forestry and Tourism Policies and with the CREA, i.e. its Research Body. Among the latter with the organizations of the horticultural industry and in particular with ANVE, whose partnership includes the presence in addition to the exhibition also the collaboration to organize the Convention on the new European phytosanitary legislation scheduled for Thursday afternoon.
In addition, participation agreements have been signed with the Altolombardo District and with Catania Confvivai which will be present with collective exhibitions of their productive realities.
There will also be Professional Associations of Agronomists and Forest Doctors with their own stand, such as the Architects and finally the Italian Association of Garden Directors and Technicians who will be present in various activities of the fair.
ECOtechGREEN International Forum
On 27th and 28th September the ECOtechGREEN International Forum will be held, an iappointment organized by PAYSAGE - Promotion and Development for Landscape Architecture in collaboration with FLORMART - International Floriculture Exhibition.
Flormart 2019 will host the first edition of Erbale Forum: a rich program of meetings between experts, researchers and representatives of projects and innovative experiences on medicinal plants to learn about the technical-scientific, regulatory and market aspects, and a targeted exhibition review, time to promote networking and exchanges of products and services between the various players in the supply chain.
Medicinal, aromatic, nutritional, cosmetic but also biotechnological, phytoremediation, recreational: medicinal plants feed a supply chain in which territory, tradition and scientific research meet to give new answers to the need to live in harmony with nature, and that in biodiversity of Italian flora finds a wealth of resources still to be explored.
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