Tag Archives: horticulture

Serbia benefiting from Russian food embargo

Right after Mr Vladimir Putin announced a ‘full embargo’ on foodstuffs from the European Union, European policymakers, organisations and citizens themselves started the mitigation of the harm caused in the agriculture and food industry of the area, especially in Poland, … Continue reading

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Look, news here!

Slowly we’re coming to the end of another week (one of the lasts of fab 2013), so it’s time we got a little input, fresh thoughts and new ideas! Enjoy & share the horticulture! 😉 Kenya: Mini greenhouse kit to … Continue reading

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News for the middle of the week (04-05.12.2013.)

Good morning everybody, please let me proudly introduce you the offer of house today 🙂 Wrapping paper wih vegetable seeds (hortibiz) NASA sends seed to moon to test vegetable garden (hortidaily) Australia- Korea free-trade deal signed (weeklytimesnow) EU: crop diversity, … Continue reading

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Check out all those nice plant-events of today (27.Nov.2013.)

Quick look on the tomato prduction of Poland nowadays (hortidaily) /little correction to the article: the figure about Poland’s tomato production should be 450 thousand tonnes / Australia: Biosecurity fears cut deap (weeklytimesnow) Young farmers in Kenya connecting on social … Continue reading

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What's this thing with family farming?

Those, who are interested in horticultural, agricultural and related organisations’ news, most probably have already noticed that there’s a new emphasise given to this seemingly really simple thing: Family farming. To show that the topic is really alive, it’s enough … Continue reading

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What’s interesting on the last Monday of November 2013?

A short list of the most interesting horticultural news of the day. Enjoy 🙂  Sendai Horti Experience gets 10 hectare greenhouse: Japanese horticulture back on track with Dutch knowledge (hortidaily) US: Garden Fresh Farms wins National Sustainability Award (hortidaily) Nitrogen could … Continue reading

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Have you ever been thinking about the secrets of pomegranate cultivation…?

…well, maybe it’s time! 🙂 A really interesting video from India… It’s worth watching their propagation method, the differences in pesticides, the amount of physical work, the weather conditions, the way of thinking about the market, all the differences and … Continue reading

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