Wednesday 3 January, storm Eleanor hit the greenhouse industry. The result, shattered glasses and broken screen cloths. At Interpolis, the largest insurer of the agricultural company in the Netherlands, more than 180 damages have been reported. The largest part, 70 to 80 percent, concerns greenhouse horticulture companies. The reports come from all corners of the country, but are centered in South-Holland and especially in and around Bleiswijk.
Another Havecon greenhouse equipped with the latest technologies of Stolze Installatietechniek. In a short time a new greenhouse of 19,000 m² was built at the existing location of D.C. van Geest Potplanten at the Galgeweg in 's-Gravenzande. The plans were made at the beginning of 2017 and construction started in August. Now, almost half a year later, part of the greenhouse has already been taken into use and it is expected that the entire greenhouse will be full of Phalaenopsis plants by the end of the year. The new greenhouse is used for the propagation of the plants.
French people are fond of French cheese, French wine, French people and France. Chauvinism is not a French word for nothing - to convince them of something else you have to come from a very good house. And so Dutch horticulture succeeds. In addition to earlier international publications this year, the French news TF1 has also taken a look at the Dutch tomato greenhouses.
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