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Water management

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Dutch greenhouse growers manage their water flows and emissions into the environment very well compared to those in some other countries. But they could …

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Water. It’s essential for everything that grows and blooms anywhere in the world. And of course greenhouse horticulture is no exception. But with the …

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Wasting water is so yesterday! The water treatment requirement that entered into force in the Netherlands at the beginning of this year is forcing …

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The increase in scale that has been taking place over the past ten years calls for a different way of watering. Including on the …

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Wageningen University & Research (WUR) embarked on a project in Lebanon last spring to improve water efficiency in horticulture and increase production. The greenhouse …

We are working with Lebanese researchers to build mono tunnels that will improve vegetable production and simultaneously reduce water consumption. Yields of tomatoes and …

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Greenhouse horticulture will have to be virtually emission-free in ten years’ time. By 2027, European growers must ensure that their drainage water is completely …

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The adage that every downside has an upside even applies to the regulations on discharges, which are becoming ever stricter. Full recirculation in sweet …

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With the future regulations and the obligation to treat discharged water, making optimal use of raw materials is becoming an increasingly important issue for …

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“Passion for perfection” – that’s Dutch tomato growers Schenkeveld’s slogan, and not without good reason. Production and quality are already at a very high …