If you want to see robots, vertical farming installations, gutter solutions, LED lights, or anything else horti-ish, you still have a couple of hours left to do so as the GreenTech concludes at 17:00 today.
Although the industry seems to have had some rough hits, it does not mean the entire industry is suffering. Luckily, we've been hearing about some upcoming projects for this year and the next in North America and Europe.
There’s plenty of space despite most exhibitors having a good show. The energy level in these final hours is a bit low, the reason for that is something the bars in Amsterdam might know more about.
Niels Janssen, Jos van den Bersselaar and Emma Leppäjoki with Bruynzeel displaying their mobile grow racks
Yotam Guetta, Gil Schramm and Pavlos Kalaitzoglou with Infarm
Hiding in-between stand, but we found him nonetheless, was Rick Langille with Harvest Today presenting their growing walls
Beenish Siddique and Siti Rabizah Makshin with AEH Innovative Hydrogel Ltd.
Monday, June 19, we’ll publish a full photo report of the trade show and several of the side events, many of which took place along the canals of Amsterdam.
Did we miss coming by your booth or were you visiting and want to be included in the photo report? Please send us your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.