The IPM Essen is coming to an end, and for those unable to visit the IPM Essen or leave their booths at the show, we’re here to help you out. This week we made a photo report of the show, and we were on the lookout for novelties, innovations, reports, and gossip, of course.
Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find in our complete photo report, which will be published on Monday, January 30.
Lucas Wu of Oboya, a China-based manufacturing company in packaging, pots, trolleys, and displays. 2022 has been the best year of the company’s history. Click here to read all about it.
The Biobest team is present at IPM. Next week we’ll publish an article on the origins of the Entomatic, their latest innovation.
Martin Wilkes and Jürgen vin den Driesch of Brandkamp with the hydrangeas. At the moment, there are more than 30 varieties in the assortment. They see the demand grow year by year.
Valoya has merged with Greenlux Finland, but the brand & people haven’t changed a bit.
Eva van Cruijsen of PanAmerican Seed presenting their four pillars; production, innovation, growth, and operations with Beacon.
Matthias Meilland and Bruno Etavard of Meilland in front of Zepeti. This patio roses was launched last year in Norway, China, the UK, and Australia and is already available in the US, Canada, Japan, and Europe. And is highly appreciated in the German market, being sold at the leading garden centers and DIY stores. In the coming years, it will also be launched in more countries. More on this later in FloralDaily.