Optimistic mood at Myplant&Garden 2024
The main italian floriculture trade fair MyPlant&Garden, held in Milan from 21-23 February, has got off to a good start. The first two days have already greeted mer bexoeker than last year and there is generally a positive mood among the participants
Tree planting campaign in Frankfurt city forest: 'Mother Earth is our religion'
400 people plant new trees in the Frankfurt city forest near Zepplinheim. For a healthy urban forest and to combat the effects of climate change.
The Countdown to the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show is Now On!
The Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show (MIFGS) returns to celebrate the vibrant world of horticulture this year. The show will run from Wednesday 20 March and Sunday 24 March. For 2024's event, NGIV will unveil several exciting activations highlighting the diverse landscape of our dynamic industry.
Florall wordt alweer 30 jaar
The Belgian trade fair for ornamental plants and nursery stock is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and the spring edition of the Flemish Florall will be held on 5 March from 9am-6pm at the Expo in Waregem.
All-America Selections and National Garden Bureau announce organizational merger
National Garden Bureau (NGB) and All-America Selections (AAS) have merged the two nonprofit organizations into one, with NGB the parent organization and AAS the plant trialing program under NGB.
ENVIRONMENT TAKES THE LEAD IN DEVELOPMENTS IN NURSERY STOCK TECHNOLOGY
Technology is rapidly advancing in the nursery stock industry, with the environment playing a crucial role. This includes aspects like energy generation, specialised machinery, and research into spraying techniques with a strong emphasis on reducing emissions. For this article we checked out several new innovations and asked participants of trade fair GrootGroenPlus about their vision and commitment to the development of new nursery technologies. Innovation in wind energy.
Marco van der Sar new chairman of MPS board
On 1 April 2024 the MPS board welcomes Marco van der Sar as new chairman. With the experience he gained while working for various organisations in the green sector, he is no stranger to the industry.
WOODLAND AND HEDGE PLANTS: AN IMPORTANT PART OF THE DUTCH NURSERY STOCK INDUSTRY
The cultivation of woodland and hedge plants in the Zundert region has a tradition dating back to the 19th century. This group includes one to three-year-old, mostly native shrubs and trees such as hawthorn, spindle, hazel, dogwood species, guelder rose, oaks, alders, as well as conifers like Scots pine and Douglas fir used for planting forests, hedgerows, or woodlands. It is a crucial crop group for the nursery stock industry.,