It's HOT in Amsterdam, and we're not talking solely about the temperatures but also about the atmosphere in the RAI where the GreenTech kicked off this morning. Here's the first update from the show and the complete exhibitor list!
Is it over 530, or maybe even over 540? We saw both figures pass by over the past few days. What is certain is that this year's new edition of GreenTech Amsterdam is a lot bigger than last year's edition.
That's why an extra exhibition hall opened Tuesday morning, filled with booths. The large international horticultural fair in RAI in Amsterdam promises to be busy.
"Designed to grow" – This morning, Grodan launched their new branding initiative to focus the public and policymaking attention on sustainable, soilless growing to feed and treat the world's expanding population. The new direction also emphasizes the need to shift from regulating the method of production to the impact of production.
Brian Zimmermann & Robin Dirks with Growtec. The company specializes in technology such as gutter systems, irrigation supplies, and more. Growtec has a presence in the Netherlands for the European market. Read about their latest projects here.
ISO and Viscon Plant Technology have teamed up to automate the process of plant tissue culture production. This morning, they revealed their new Tissue Culture Planter.
Our teams are walking around the show to snoop for the scoops, and we're also present at our booth next to entrance K. Drop by to say hi, grab the Greenhouse Guide, or share your novelty with us!