The first IPM Exhibition in Shanghai after China lifted its Covid policy proved to be a fruitful one as the show is well visited. For many companies, it is the first time catching up with their customers, friends, and even colleagues offline.
In Shanghai, the second day of Hortiflorexpo IPM Shanghai 2023, the 25th flagship exhibition of Asia's floriculture & horticulture industry, has come to an end. According to many exhibitors, the first two days were productive and positive. As the industry experienced continuous growth, a harsh halt during the pandemic, and now growth again, there is a high demand for knowledge and techniques.
IPM Shanghai is the most well-known exhibition in the industry, and many visitors take their chance to understand the latest trends in the industry
The crowds in the flower pavilion were moving continuously. Phalaenopsis, bromelia's, roses, hyacinths, carnations, and many more, attracted the attention of the visitors. Relatively new is the high attention for vertical farms, which several companies exhibited.
On the first day of the exhibition, a seminar was organized by the Dutch Embassy and the Secretariat of the China Flower Association: "Innovative Digital Agriculture Accelerate the Sustainable Agriculture Development."
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