GreenTech 2024

GreenTech Amsterdam points toward future of horticulture

2024-07-19T13:47:00+01:00By

On 11-13 June, GreenTech Amsterdam returned to the Dutch capital as technology companies showcased solutions to the most pressing issues facing growers in the horticulture sector, including climate change, rising costs and labour shortages

  • GreenTech Amsterdam points toward future of horticulture

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