IPM ESSEN, the world's leading trade fair for horticulture, will be just as varied as the job profile of the gardener. It will be held at Messe Essen from 28 to 31 January 2020 and will offer trained experts a complete overview of the market - regardless of whether their field of application is tree nursery, cemetery gardening, horticulture and landscaping, vegetable or fruit growing, perennial horticulture or ornamental plant cultivation. More than 1,500 exhibitors from around 50 nations will present their innovative products and services to trade visitors from all over the world. IPM ESSEN will be regarded as a signpost for the coming horticultural season. Because: Markets change and, with them, the trends, too.
What's new? What's good? What's pleasing? This is what experts ask themselves at the beginning of the year. The demand for products which are sustainable, resource-saving and suitable for climate change is growing. IPM ESSEN will present innovative technology, plants and equipment. A first-class program with lectures and stage shows will run parallel to this. The International Horticultural Forum will be held especially for the sector. The Innovation Showcase will present particularly innovative breeds.
With Halls 1 and 2, a part of Hall 5, Halls 6, 7 and 8 as well as the Galeria, the majority of the site area will be reserved for the presentation of plants of all kinds, including vigorous perennials and stems, proven bedding and balcony plants and robust seasonal plants, rarities and beauties from all over the world. At this year's IPM ESSEN, 20 countries will present their ranges on joint stands, mostly under the umbrella of large export organizations. There, visitors will be able to gain insights into country-typical special features - Taiwan, for example, will present the orchid, Great Britain the English rose and Sri Lanka the coconut fiber.Back to the news overview
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