Learn about the post-harvest treatment of cut flowers28 July 2016
On September 22 and 27, the 'Post-harvest treatment of cut flowers' course will be held. Register quickly, because until Monday, 15 August 2016, you can profit from a 10% discount for early registration.
After harvesting, cut flowers can suffer damage from many causes. This often leads to disappointed consumers. What are the causes, and how can you retain high quality?
For everyone who is actively involved in product quality in the world of cut flowers, Wageningen UR and Royal FloraHolland are organising the 'Post-harvest treatment of cut flowers' course. It consists of two afternoons on 22 and 27 September 2016 at Royal FloraHolland in Aalsmeer. The course runs from 13:00 to 18:00 on both days. Along with presentations the course offers interactive discussions and a practical test.
This course is meant to expand your knowledge about the technologies concerned with the storage, packaging and processing of cut flowers. The influence of the cultivation conditions on the retail sales value of cut flowers is also considered. By linking scientific insights to years of practical experience, you gain insights to improve your returns and the distinctive features of your company.
If you register before 15 August 2016, you will receive an early bird discount of 10% on the registration fee. In addition, a 50% subsidy is available from Colland Arbeidsmarkt for affiliated companies.
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