On 11-13 June, GreenTech Amsterdam returns to the Dutch capital as technology companies showcase solutions to the big issues facing growers in the horticulture sector

GreenTech Amsterdam takes place on 11-13 June at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre, with expectations for 12,000 visitors and 560 exhibitors at this year’s show.


The event aims to shine a light on the future of horticulture, with various stages set to host multiple discussions on topics including ‘Tools and vision in Data and AI’, ‘Greenhouse: The road to a zero footprint?’, and ’Future vision: A valuable tasty & healthy horticulture’.

Side events include the GreenTech Innovation & Concept Awards and HortiTalent Day, which gives students the opportunity to meet professionals in the horticulture industry and discuss possible career options.

On the show floor, country pavilions sit alongside pavilions specialised in fields such as vertical farming, AI and robotics, as well as a start-up pavilion for newcomers to the industry. Live demonstrations and new innovations are set to be showcased at the Robot Dome, Renewable Energy Demo and Drone Cage.

“The exhibition is a global meeting place for all horticultural technology professionals with the focus on the early stages of the horticultural chain and the current issues growers face,” the organisers stated. “GreenTech is supported by AVAG, the industry association for the greenhouse technology sector in the Netherlands.”