Higher lighting capacity, new diffuse glass types and intensive screening are developments that are having a major impact on irrigation strategies. Plants themselves can do a good job of telling us how well they are doing, as long as we start with the right combination of measurements. A short refresher course can give that little push to get even better results.
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Jungle Talks is a new concept in the horticultural sector and intends to exchange and transfer knowledge between horticultural professionals and to make crossovers between horticulture and other sectors.
Being a new initiative in a new and still to be developed market, the organizer of Jungle Talks, Ideavelop S.A. from Costa Rica, has decided to open a contest to stimulate creativity and to help improve Jungle Talks on any possible level.
First prize: A Green Circle trip to Costa Rica for 2 persons (double room) in the low season (September – Mid November or April – Mid June). The Green Circle can be considered as the most creative way to explore Costa Rica in a timespan of two weeks. This statement is backed by NatGeo Traveller from The Netherlands by means of a cover story in their spring issue of May 2015. In case the winner of the first prize would prefer to travel in different months, the difference in costs for both The Green Circle as such as well as for both tickets, will be on the expense of the prize winner.
Please fill out the table below as complete as possible, either in English, Spanish or Dutch and send it to Ed Smit via firstname.lastname@example.org before Sunday June 12, 2016:
- cell phone number
- skype adress
- company or organisation
- your idea or suggestion for Junge Talks (max. 500 words)