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With cultivation so closely intertwined with the Internet and with the advent of crop and climate sensors, big data is becoming available to the …

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The World Horti Center was officially opened by Queen Máxima of the Netherlands in March 2018, although the building in the Dutch town of …

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Grow light is gaining ground among high-wire cucumber growers. Reijm & Zn in Berkel en Rodenrijs in the west of the Netherlands are among …

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Unlike roses, the protected vegetable sector in Kenya is still quite small-scale. On a recent trip there I set out to find some larger …

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Measurements in greenhouses reveal that light transmittance through the roof improves by around five percent after the annual clean. And it just so happens …

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Propagation by means of cuttings and grafting has a dramatic impact on the plant. Cuttings need to form new roots and vascular bundles have …

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Crop protection products are sometimes unfairly labelled as losing their efficacy against pests or diseases. On closer investigation it becomes clear that these products …

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Quality is the top priority at Gärtnerei Wolter in Babenhausen, Germany, where Ute Gorges and Jörg Wolter specialise in supplying pot plants to the …

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As a cucumber grower you have to have iron discipline and nerves of steel. An apparently invisible enemy – CGMMV – is always lurking …

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Don’t throw away your old shoes before you get new ones – that’s an adage the Dutch sweet pepper grower Stephan Persoon firmly believes …