As part of the largest industry event in Central and Eastern Europe, the TSW 2024 Fruit and Vegetable Industry Fair, the Nursery Conference will be held on the second day, focusing on innovations and the future of high-quality fruit production. This conference emphasizes the importance of nursery production as an integral part of the fruit growing process.

Main conference topics include , The situation in fruit tree nurseries: Discussion of current trends and challenges in the industry. New varieties of homegrown apple trees in the opinion of fruit growers. Presentation and evaluation of the latest apple tree varieties.

Geneva series washers. New varieties of Dalival breeding: Introduction to the latest achievements in the breeding. Valuable apple tree varieties as assessed by the Institute of Horticulture in Skierniewice: Expert analysis of the best apple tree varieties. How not to make a mistake when planting apple trees. Responsibility of the nurseryman and/or fruit grower?: Expert advice on effective planting and responsibility. Market requirements and varietal trends in cherry cultivation: Analysis of market trends and their impact on the selection of cherry varieties. Stilt tractor / Nursery harvesters: Presentation of modern solutions.

During the conference, industry experts and practitioners will discuss the selection of varieties of fruit species and appropriate rootstocks for various soil conditions. Participants will learn which apple and cherry varieties are best adapted to current and future market requirements.

We invite all interested fruit growers and nurserymen to participate in this unique conference to discover together what to plant in the coming years and how to adapt to the dynamically changing industry.

Check out the program of other elements of the TSW Congress and the extensive list of exhibitors and buy a ticket today for this most important event for fruit growers and vegetable producers in Central and Eastern Europe.

For more information:
Paulina Maciejewska-Jurek
Tel. +48 695 369 319