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29 June 2021

Fieldlab Vertical Farming at Delphy in use!

The two practice-oriented Vertical Farm climate chambers for the Vertical Farming Field Lab at the Delphy site in Bleiswijk have been put into use. The partners of the Vertical Farming South Holland Fieldlab aim to contribute to the sustainable strengthening of the competitive position of the horticultural sector in South Holland by creating an open […] Read more…

4 June 2021

Delphy new as member of Dutch cannabis knowledge center

New activities, new members for Dutch cannabis knowledge center The Legal Cannabis Coalition (LCC) in the Netherlands has four new members. These are Delphy, the Viscon Group, the VEK Advisory Group, and Thar Process. LCC is the Netherlands’ knowledge center for the development of legal cannabis. There aren’t only more members. From now on, Darryn […] Read more…

1 June 2021

Bato becomes Delphy ISFC’s innovation partner

Sharing knowledge with customers and distributors Bato Plastics BV is a Dutch horticultural supplier. It specialises in injection-moulded plastic horticultural products that are sold to growers in the vegetable, soft fruit and floriculture sectors. Bato also develops and produces injection-moulded plastic products for the technical sector. In addition to its permanent wide range of products […] Read more…

15 May 2021

Green Digitalisation in tomato and cucumber production

Max van den Hemel: “Blog Data Gedreven Advies” I am Max van den Hemel and working for team Delphy Digital as Cultivation Engineer Greenhouse Vegetables. On a daily basis, my main activities are related to “Green Digitalization”, which we define as measuring and judging the crop in a digital way. I focus on using data […] Read more…

3 May 2021

New high-tech Research Modules at Delphy almost ready for use!

Last year Delphy in Bleiswijk has started with the building of two high-tech Research Modules. One large research unit is being built for the fully indoor cultivation of high-wire crops such as tomatoes and a multi-layer cell with four layers for the cultivation of lower crops such as leafy greens or young planting material.  According […] Read more…

12 April 2021

Start Hortipreneurial Centre of Excellence in Western Cape, South Africa

Climate change hits the South African agricultural productivity and food security due to the increase of extreme draughts and rainfalls. The Western Cape has been one of the most affected regions, so much that in 2018 Cape Town became the first major world city to run out of water. Besides, unemployment is at a record […] Read more…