Four leading Dutch organizations with a vested interest in horticulture showcased their innovations jointly at the International Horticultural Exhibition in the Central Asian city of Almaty in Kazakhstan between April 21 to 23. This was the 8th year the international exhibition was held in Almaty, a city that was a bustling trade centre on the Silk Route during the Middle Ages.
Koppert Biological Systems, Hoogendorn Growth Management, Delphy and Rijk Zwaan were present at the joint stand to share their knowledge of the Dutch agricultural and horticultural sectors with visitors to the exhibition. All four organizations promoted sustainable and user-friendly horticultural solutions. They work closely with their customers and invest extensively in research and development.
Koppert Biological Solutions, was present to introduce its sustainable biological solutions as a viable alternative to chemical crop protection and artificial fertilizers to the Central Asian market. As market leader shared its knowledge on biological pest control and also introduced its pollination portfolio to local growers and agricultural organizations. The focus was on flower cultivation.