Visitors will be able to see the latest technology helping growers in the future, farm and glasshouse tours from 3.30pm, Sunstream Tomatoes grown under LED lighting, chutney making sessions, learn about pests and diseases and beneficial bugs with Dr David George and local produce for sale.
Brassicas, squashes, salads, roots and alliums were all on show as growers, advisers, agents and buyers visited the main seed breeders' sites, Gavin McEwan reports.
Industry efforts to reduce peat continue as coir suppliers invest in continuous supply and growers take part in trials to assess alternatives, Gavin McEwan reports.
The post-Brexit political and regulatory landscape will be the subject of much attention from growers at this year's event.
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