Wim Voogt: “We haven’t seen any negative impacts of high sodium concentrations in sweet pepper.”

Split-root system harvests sodium and removes it via the crop

The shift towards closed growing systems is forcing growers to take a critical look at their sodium figures. Would higher sodium levels affect the
In 2004 two families, who each ran a small-scale business in Vienna, decided to set up a new, more professional horticultural business together.

“Quality is our guideline and we are continuously striving for better”

More than ten years ago the Austrian horticultural families Kainz and Mayer decided to join forces and set up a new business. Their aim
Experts try to revitalise China’s failing high tech greenhouses

Experts try to revitalise China’s failing high tech greenhouses

China’s increasing awareness of food safety and food security is driving development of more modern and efficient cultivation systems. Over the last 15 years
Prize Contest Jungle Talks

Prize Contest Jungle Talks

Jungle Talks is a new concept in the horticultural sector and intends to exchange and transfer knowledge between horticultural professionals and to make crossovers
How Dutch Sprouts wants to conquer the world

How Dutch Sprouts wants to conquer the world

Henri Hekman was major shareholder of the BLGG Group, the leading laboratory for soil analysis. In 2013 he sold the company to Eurofins. But