Tunisia increasing export of geothermally grown tomatoes
СThe North-African country of Tunisia likely does not come to mind if one thinks of geothermal energy and utilisation of geothermal resources. With its low enthalpy resources, the use of geothermal energy in Tunisia is limited to direct-applications located primarily in the southern par of the country.
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Solving the shortage of skilled labour in horticultural building projects
Greenhouses are appearing everywhere in the the world these days and it is clear skilled labor isn’t available everywhere. This goes for growers and for suppliers: try to find a skilled team when you’re one of the first ones building a greenhouse in Armenia, the Middle-East or Asia. The Serbian company…
Agrikol in a horticulture magazine (Rainbow Horticulture Tunisia)
It is quite warm in northern Tunisia at this time of year, but a lot of hard work is currently being done to realize 1.1 hectares project. It concerns a foil greenhouse for Rainbow Horticulture Tunisia. “Construction has been going on for two months and the greenhouse has to be finished by week 34,” says John van Marrewijk, commercial director at Rainbow Growers. “That’s also the earliest time for planting to take place in Tunisia. In three weeks we will gradually fill up the greenhouse. By then it will still be nice and warm, but will also start to cool down from that moment.”
Check the whole Fruit Logistica 2019 – Horticilture posted on Horty Daily magazine – https://www.hortidaily.com/photos/album/9293/fruit-logistica-2019-horticulture/