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Horticulture and the future, horticulture has the future. The demand for good quality and healthy food is growing rapidly due to population growth and changing demand. It is expected that food production will double by 2050. Efficient and sustainable food production on location is essential in this regard. Greenhouses are by definition sustainable. The role of covered horticulture in the food supply of the future will therefore be enormous; in many countries horticultural production is a priority and important to increase and improve food production.

Horticulture and the future, horticulture has the future. The demand for good quality and healthy food is growing rapidly due to population growth and changing demand. It is expected that food production will double by 2050.
Efficient and sustainable food production on location is essential in this regard. Greenhouses are by definition sustainable. The role of covered horticulture in the food supply of the future will therefore be enormous; in many countries horticultural production is a priority and important to increase and improve food production.

The Netherlands has traditionally been a forerunner in the field of greenhouse construction and an international market leader. This is partly due to cooperation and the open exchange of knowledge between the horticultural industry, knowledge institutions and the government on the one hand, and international horticultural companies that have investment plans for new construction, expansion or renovation of their greenhouses or foil tunnels. This includes recent, professional information on choices for greenhouse constructions, cultivation techniques (including substrate, water quality, fertilization (including CO2), biological control) and climate control (ventilation/heating, screening, assimilation lighting), food quality and food safety, automation, logistics, training, etc.

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Sulaiman, Sri Lanka (Ceylon)

For the right quality of the tea leaves, a not too fast, but regular growth is of great importance.
Tea plantations last a long time, 30-50 years. That is why attention to fertilization is important, but so is a regular supply of moisture.
BuildaGreatFarm has helped us with useful information and contacts about soil improvement and organic fertilizers, because there are interesting new products on the market for us in this area. We will also invest in an irrigation or sprinkling system for tea and vegetable plantations within 1-2 years. Because we also notice the effects of climate change here.

- Farmer

Rick, North America (California)

At our company we grow several leafy vegetables (lettuce, iceberg lettuce, spinach), carrots and more and more types of cabbage. The market demands it; cauliflower, kale, white cabbage, they are healthy vegetables for humans.
However, we still knew little about cultivation techniques and about the optimal storage and preservation of cabbage varieties. Cold stores for the storage of types of cabbage will certainly be built, because spread sales means less risk.

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Dave, Canada

Grain (wheat and maize) are the main crops on our farm and here in the area. We also grow some vegetable crops, mainly lettuce. The quality of the water is a problem with irrigation and this happens regularly. Through BuildaGreatFarm we easily came into contact with specialized companies in this field. Thank you!

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Yuri, Ukraine

At our company we grow various vegetables, potatoes, maize and rapeseed in the open field. Because the demand for local vegetables is also interesting for us outside the growing season, we plan to start growing in greenhouses. To start with 15,000 m2 from next season.
We are also inquiring about organic production of vegetables for export to the EU.

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