HORTCOM by Edward Bent
This is a space for information on selected topics of innovation in horticulture, agriculture and botany. By using a broad approach the aim is to involve professionals, students, operators, technicians and companies in an analysis of the application of new technology. See: Partners for Innovation. The primary language is English.
This blog has now been combined with a sister blog NARTURA concerned with the conservation of plant biodiversity and its promotion.
Key words in this blog are: bioactive silicon, biodegradable pots, biodiversity, biogas, books, botanical art, course work, desalination, design, editing, education, horticulture, information, innovation, internet, ornamental horticulture, marketing, nature, new plant varieties, photo-gallery, plant science, production technology, publications, research & development, retractable roof greenhouses, seawater greenhouses, silicic acid, solar distillation, teaching, services, studies, translation, writing.
I have many years of multi-disciplined experience in ornamental horticulture, using the name HORTCOM that represents the wish to bring science and information closer together in a landscape of work, ideas and services. The objective is to look foward from past experience.
HORTCOM – innovation, publishing & services in ornamental horticulture.
NARTURA – biodiversity – total marketing concept
“Age is only a number for the records. A man can’t retire his experience, he needs to use it” from a quote by Bernard Baruch
Edward Bent ©2012 | HORTCOM