February 15-16

Italy: NovelFarm 2023 at Pordenone Exhibition Center

Three months to the fourth edition of NovelFarm, an event in Southern Europe entirely dedicated to soilless and vertical farming. The event will take place on the 15th and 16th of February and will be co-located with AlgaeFarm, the event dedicated to the cultivation and use of algae, microalgae, and microorganisms. The two events will feature the participation of international academic and research institutes.

NovelFarm will present all the scientific and technological innovations aimed at perfecting the latest innovative cultivation methods so that they can perform more and better while maintaining high levels of quality and, at the same time, stability in the organoleptic and nutritional characteristics of foods. It is not just about technology: soilless and vertical cultivation is important because of the need to shorten distances between places where food is produced and consumed so as to reduce the impact of transport, logistics, and waste. They also enable the primary production of food in a way that is independent of climatic and seasonal conditions.

For this reason, the strategic position of soilless and vertical farming in agricultural production will be discussed in the opening session of NovelFarm. More details on the agenda, one of the highlights of the event, will be available soon. Meanwhile, the recruitment campaign for future supporters of the event continues. Several confirmations from exhibitors from last May's edition have already been received; last May recorded a 25% increase in supporters and area occupied.

NovelFarm, an Italian event entirely dedicated to new cultivation techniques, soilless and vertical farming, co-located with AlgaeFarm, the event dedicated to technologies and applications in algaculture and industrial microbiology.

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