Vegetable growers and chain partners from all over the world will travel to Warmenhuizen, the Netherlands, where the annual Bejo Open Days will take place from 24th to 28th September. Together with our clients and business associates, we will explore opportunities in the market and innovative research methods. We remain close to nature and develop the best vegetable varieties so that growers around the world can harvest healthy and tasty vegetables for consumers to enjoy. The Bejo Open Days present an excellent opportunity to discuss future opportunities, new possibilities and challenges with each other.  

Latest varieties and innovative concepts 

Various promising new varieties with improved external characteristics, disease resistance, storage quality and taste can be seen for the first time in the demonstration fields. Visitors will also have another chance to see Redlander: the first red (organic) sowing onion that is mildew resistant and very suitable for long storage.  

Taste, health and convenience are the cornerstones of Bejo’s innovative vegetable concepts. Concepts like Coolwrap, Kohrispy kohlrabi snacks and Delicioni fresh onion give growers and partners from the chain inspiration for new applications.  

Bejo will display a varied assortment of tomatoes, peppers and gherkins in the fruit crop tunnel, and beekeepers will demonstrate the importance of bees and Bejo’s activities in bee breeding and bee health.    

Exploring Seed, from seed to seedling  

On Tuesday 24th and Thursday 26th September Bejo will be holding the symposium ‘Exploring Seed, from seed to seedling’: an inspiring and informative programme about innovative technologies that are important for the first growth stage of a crop. Participation in the symposium is by invitation.  

More than 40 companies will exhibit their products and/or services at the mechanisation exhibition organised by Bejo, and you can see the latest innovations concerning responsible solutions for the sector. 

The Open Days will take place from Tuesday 24th September until Saturday 28th September from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Saturday until 4 p.m.) at Trambaan 1 in Warmenhuizen, the Netherlands. On Saturday, your neighbours, family and friends are welcome to visit us and discover Bejo.