2020 was a year of extremes. We kicked off with a bone-dry spring, then the crops suffered from hail and extreme showers to be treated to an unprecedented heat wave in August. What has this done to the crops and what is the market expectation for this already special year?
In the Crop Tour, Boerenbusiness has followed 10 plots of Innovators and 7 plots of onions distributed across the Netherlands for a season. Through photos, videos and data we flew over the plots to see how the crops are and what the differences are between the regions and compared to other years. Drought, bipartisanship, hail damage, crop protection, it all came to pass this year.
Closing season on September
24Th The season is now coming to an end, the potatoes and onions are already here and there of the country. Time to take stock. Unfortunately, due to corona, we cannot invite you to our annual closing day on location, which is why we are making it an online event. This way we offer you the chance to watch and participate live.
On 24 September from 12.15 pm Kees Maas and Pieter Post will update you on the market forecast and price forecast for potatoes and onions and they will answer your questions about the market live. The partners of the Boerenbusiness CropTour also share their expertise and findings of this season.
Do you have any questions for our experts regarding the season or market expectations? Set them live on 24 September or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org