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Interplant Roses signs agency agreement with Agroall in Brazil

Rose breeder Interplant Roses has recently signed an agreement with Agroall in Brazil to represent Interplant in the country. This means that local growers will have access to some of the most innovative and high-quality rose varieties available today.

Robert and Jurjen Ilsink, management Interplant Roses, together with Martinus Peters, commercial director at Agroall.

Last week, Interplant Roses sent a team to Brazil to visit several growers, the auction, and wholesalers. The team spent time learning about the local market and exploring new possibilities for their rose varieties in Brazil. They were impressed with what they saw and were pleased to find that their roses were performing well in the Brazilian climate.

The team from Interplant Roses also spent time discussing the needs of local growers and exploring ways to meet these needs. They were particularly interested in finding ways to help Brazilian growers produce higher-quality roses more efficiently. This is an important goal for Interplant Roses, as they believe that the success of their business depends on the success of their customers.

Overall, the visit to Brazil was a great success for Interplant Roses, and the agreement with Agroall is a major milestone for the company. With the help of their new partner in Brazil, Interplant Roses will be able to bring their innovative and high-quality rose varieties to a whole new market. This is good news for Brazilian growers, who will now have access to the latest varieties available. It's an exciting time for the floriculture industry in Brazil, and Interplant Roses is poised to play a major role in its growth and success.

For more information:
Interplant Roses B.V.




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