Bioline AgroSciences announced as keynote sponsor for Horticulture Week Going for Growth conference

Keynote sponsor for the Horticulture Week Going for Growth UK Ornamentals Market Conference, in partnership with the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), is Bioline AgroSciences.

It is estimated that more than 50% of the supplies to retailers come via or from the Netherlands. Given changing exchange rates, post-Brexit trading arrangements and tighter biosecurity policies, there is a clear opportunity for the UK ornamentals market to expand and grow.

Bringing together policymakers, growers, plant buyers and their suppliers `Going for Growth: The UK Ornamentals Market Conference' is the perfect opportunity for you to develop real-world strategies and discover business-critical insight to grow your market share.

The conference is to be held at Birmingham Botanic Gardens on 23 June 2020. Defra is the key partner and co-organiser of the event. UK Chief Plant Health Officer Professor Nicola Spence said: "We welcome the support and sponsorship of the wider industry in supporting this conference."

Bioline AgroSciences Ltd produces and markets a wide range of invertebrate biological control organisms which are used for control of insect pests in a variety of crops. 

The global company, active in 30 different countries, has particular strength in Europe and North America. Bioline AgroSciences primary target crops are protected vegetables, ornamentals, soft fruits and berries.

Bioline AgroSciences pride themselves on providing the highest quality products and service in order to support growers in maintaining yield and quality of their produce.

Marketing manager Sam Critchley said: "We are really excited to be sponsoring this conference. The UK Ornamental industry has big opportunities in front of it. This conference is the perfect event to share information and ideas that will help the industry take advantage of these opportunities. As a company producing products in the UK which are being used by ornamental producers, Bioline is very proud to be able sponsor this event and to help the industry to grow.”

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