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1PPP approach in The Netherlands & Importance of water Presentatie Topsector Tuinbouw & UitgangsmaterialenMy name is José Vogelezang, I work at Wageningen University and Research Center, but I also support one of the Dutch topsectors in their agenda on Reserach and Innovation. I will give you a brief insight in this new economic policy of The Netherlands and I will explain why we took the initiative for this workshop, together with ERIAFF.Topsector Horticulture & Starting materialsDr. Ir. José Vogelezang
239% of agricultural production is from horticulture Almost 40% of our agricultural production comes from horticulture, flowers, fruits and vegetables.
3Production value Production value Fruits & Vegetables Floriculture Eur 2.6 billionProduction valueFloricultureEur 5.3 billionThe flower and plant sector in the Netherlands accounts for more than 5 billion euro’s in production value. The fruits and vegetable sector is somewhat lower but still more than 2,5 billion Euro’s
4Value technical supply Horticulture Eur 2 billion ImportEur 8.2 billionValue technical supply Horticulture Eur 2 billionHorticulture is not only primary production and trade of flowers and fruits and vegetables. It covers also a large industry of suppliers to the growers. This is growing industry which also earn their money increasingly abroad.
5Greenports in the Netherlands Greenport Noord-Holland NoordGreenport Duinen BollenstreekGreenportWestland-OostlandGreenportGelderlandGreenportBoskoopThere are seven areas in The Netherlands with high concentrations of different horticultural sectors. Each Greenport (name of Greenport is inspired on mainport, seaport) has its own governance structure where industry, research and local governent are working together to stimulate economic business.GreenportVenlo
6On national level these Greenports join forces in Greenport Holland, together with national sector organisations.
79 Top sectors in the Netherlands The Top Sectors policy aims to strengthen the position of nine economic sectors in which the Netherlands has a leading position internationally. It sets out an integrated policy for each sector. The key basic components of this integrated approach are: research and innovation, human capital, regulatory framework and the international dimension. A Top Team with representatives from the 'Triple Helix' has been established for each Top Sector. The Triple Helix refers to the relationship between the business community, knowledge institutions and government.The Horticulture & Starting Materials sector is one of the top sectors, thanks to its internationally operating and innovative businesses.
8Growing and ageing world population “World market leader in sustainable solutions for improved food security, food safety and happiness”World ChallengesWorld SolutionsWorld Leader“More with Less”ENERGYGrowing and ageing world populationClimate changeEconomicinequalityUrbanisation#1 Added value#1 Knowledge and innovation# 1-2 Market share export#1 ProductivityFOODHEALTHHAPPINESSSPACEWATEROur goal is to be the global market leader in 2020 as a source of sustainable solutions to societal challenges.“More with less”.MINERALS & CROP PROTECTION
9PPP: Private Public Partnerships in innovation programmes and projects IPMGlastuinbouw waterproofOther projectsMore with lessEnergy & CO2GreenCHAINgeBetter plants4 new demandsHCA en Int.New cultivation systems outdoorTNO HorticultureMicrobiology food cropsBetter plants4 new demandsFood safety and Food securityOther projectsPhytosanitaryHCA en Int.Various projectsBetter plants4 new demandsHealth and well beingThe basic principle of the Top Sector Policy is Public Private Partnership. These programmes and projects are obtained by bottom-up calls for proposals. Several programma’s are focussing on Water and nutrient management.HCA en Int.Horticulture DigitaalCollaborating value chainsMarket Intelligence HorticultureBetter plants4 new demandsOther projectsHCA en Int.
10Water issues for Horticulture in the Netherlands 15/04/2017Water issues for Horticulture in the NetherlandsWater quality issuesCaused by horticulture: nutrients and pesticidesSurface and groundwaterWater quantity issuesDue to drought and climate changeWater demand agriculture/horticultureDutch growers face serious water and nutrient use restrictions due to emission legislation, and are working towards a zero emission in Tools and strategies are developed to improve existing cropping systems, but also innovative cropping systems are being developed such as soilless cultivation of traditionally soil-grown crops.
1115/04/2017Workshop: Regional cooperation for innovation on water management in horticultureAim:Facilitate uptake of measures under the Rural development in the new programming periodUse opportunities offered by the EIP Agri / H2020> setting priorities for innovation> connecting stakeholders around project ideas> bringing together research and practiceIn The Netherlands water issues are related mostly to water quality, but in the EU more emphasis has been laid on water quantity (and decreased dependence on nutrients). However, innovative solutions for water quality and emission issues are too a large extent also solutions for water quantity issues. Therefore we took the initiative to organize a EU workshop on Water management in horticulture, together with ERIAFF and WIRE to set the agenda and to give a boost to project development in Europe.
1215/04/2017Workshop: Regional cooperation for innovation on water management in horticultureFocus:Outdoor and protected cultivationVegetablesFruitsOrnamentalsBulbsTree nursery cropsViticultureOlivesAll horticultural sectors are included: outdoor and protected cultivation. Vegetables (including mushrooms), fruit crops, ornamentals, bulbs, tree nursery crops, grapes, olives.
1315/04/2017Workshop: Regional cooperation for innovation on water management in horticultureFour Challenges to be discussed:Substainable, water an nutrient efficient cropping systemsDecision support systems and application techniques for efficient irrigation and fertilizationStrategies and tools to reduce the environmental impact of Plant Protection Products and nutrients on surface and ground waterStrategies and tools for sustainable soil and substrate managementAs invitees from different EU regions, respresenting industry, academia or governmental bodies, you have chosen the most important challenges to be discussed. I hope that we have a fruitfull workshop today, leading to new coalitions and joint activities.