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GreenTech 2019 addresses crop production challenges

GreenTech 2019 will feature an all new knowledge programme which will take place on 11, 12 and 13 June at RAI Amsterdam. With this programme the international horticulture industry gets answers on how to optimize crop production and discover the latest technological innovations.

GreenTech will address challenges for growers worldwide with more than 80 sessions in three theatres which are developed in close collaboration with Delphy and Wageningen University. Sjaak Bakker, Manager Business Unit Greenhouse Horticulture of Wageningen University and Research, says: “Knowledge development, application and sharing with entrepreneurs will be highlighted during the GreenTech. During the knowledge programme, together with other stake holders and GreenTech exhibitors, Wageningen University will give a series of presentations on the latest developments in the sector on how to optimize your crop production. Do not miss this opportunity to improve your knowledge”.

A glimpse of what to expect

GreenTech, FarmTech and Agritecture are working together on a knowledge session for the vertical- and indoor farming segment. This is a growing market in the horticulture industry with high-tech innovations and rapid developments.

Anticipating in the growth of the Medicinal Cannabis industry, a session dedicated to Medicinal Cannabis will take place. Medicinal Cannabis attracts a lot of growers and investors. This session will be organised together with PhytoNext, Hoban Law Group and International Hemp Solutions.

Other horticulture experts will discuss relevant topics like organic greenhouse growing, the use of Artificial Technology for greenhouse production, autonomous greenhouse management but also water efficiency, energy efficiency, LED lighting strategies, greenhouse heating without fossil energy, climate control, human capital, robotics, organic crop production, biological crop control without chemicals and precision horticulture. Find out more about the knowledge programme and planning on

Free registration for GreenTech until 3 June

Visitors can register free of charge until 3 June on After 3 June the online registration fee will be €40 including VAT per person, and €70 including VAT at the entrance desk.


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Vegetable and flower industry gathering in June for GreenTech Amsterdam

GreenTech, the global meeting place for all professionals involved in horticulture technology, will be held in Amsterdam’s RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre from June 14-16.

GreenTech, the global meeting place for all professionals involved in horticulture technology, will be held in Amsterdam’s RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre from June 14-16. With over 350 international exhibitors including all the market leaders, GreenTech focuses on the early stages of the horticulture chain and production issues relevant to growers of flowers and vegetables.

Ensuring that knowledge and best practice is shared, is one of the driving forces behind the show. It is an opportunity to join horticulture industry professionals from around the world focusing on all the technologies required for producing crops throughout the horticulture chain. GreenTech turns the spotlight on innovation as well as proven-in-practice products, applications and solutions. All the technology related to modern plant production will be on display, from seed to tomato or rose.

During the week of the show, a range of interesting parallel events is available, including flower and vegetables trials. Held in close proximity to Amsterdam, the mix of trials and other technical excursions provides genuine added value to international professionals, offering the opportunity to see a world of new and proven techniques under one roof, while also viewing them in various high-tech greenhouses.

Based on close consultation with the horticulture and floriculture sectors, GreenTech Amsterdam’s organisers have chosen four connected themes for the event: crops, water, energy and biobased. The show also includes a vertical farming pavilion and demo area for heavy equipment and machinery.

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