Mes: julio 2020

Interview with Lara Magraner of Vivercid

The Valencian company Vivercid is one of the flagships in the production of ornamental plants, citrus and fruit trees in Spain. 500 hectares of open and protected crops and another 20 under greenhouse leads to a vast catalogue that includes seasonal, aromatic and perennials, climbers, shrubs, house- and ‘deco’ plants, palm trees, citrus, trees and fruit, conifers, and forest trees.

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Interview Juan Maravillas (Canaraflor) in Flormarket Global

The cooperative Canaraflor in the Spanish region of Murcia was established in 1990, with approximately fifteen members and just 15,000 m2 of carnation cultivation, exclusively. During several years, the firm grew in all its aspects and different crops were introduced. Currently, Canaraflor agglutinates between 40-45 hectares of cut flower-production, mostly carnation. Only 5-6 hectares are cultivated outside, with gladiolus, Liatris, Solidago and other species, especially for Day of Saints

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Cancellation of the IPM Essen 2021

The IPM Essen, which was planned for January 26 to 29, 2021, has been cancelled. Against the background of the increasingly dynamic situation and worldwide travel restrictions, There is currently not the planning security required for the serious preparation of the international trade fair participants.

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Succesful fight against false Container Centralen-Labels

Fake Container Centralen TAG5-labels have been discovered in the market. CC and its investigation agency Riscon have
received many tips following the announcement that Container Centralen will be taking action on false labels. This has led
to several legal proceedings. Search and seizures have taken place in the Netherlands. In addition, various investigations
are on-going in other European countries. Container Centralen Benelux B.V. informs.

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