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Dynamic program during the Hazera Online International Open Days 2021

HAZERA talkshow agriculture in 2050

The Hazera Online International Open Days 2021 are coming up! Discover their 3-day program, see what they offer, make your choice and reserve your spot. You don’t want to miss the tours through the demo fields, the online crop sessions and live talk shows on September 28 to September 30.

The Online International Open Days will be organised in close cooperation with HM.Clause.

Every year Hazera shows you their latest developments. “We exchange knowledge and experiences with you. This year the Open Days are online and therefore more internationally accessible. Together with you Hazera will develop the vegetables of the future”.

View the program

You will find the full program on Here you can make your reservation easily. For example, reserve your place at the cucumber session on Tuesday afternoon, or add the program part of your choice to your calendar. You can participate in specific tours or sessions for your region, take the Cabbage tour USA, the radish session from Russia or an onion session on priming. What about a watermelon session? Or join the conversation on the future of tomatoes.

Live talk shows

Every evening there will be a live talk show with a central topic (the program schedule is in central European summertime, GMT +2).

  • On Monday, September 28: consumer trends in a post-Covid world.
  • On Tuesday, September 29, we will discuss labor and mechanization.
  • On Wednesday, September 30, we conclude with ‘How will agriculture look like in 2050?


You can still register via When you are registered you automatically receive updates of your favorite sessions and tours.


“You can also meet us personally at the Hazera breeding station in Warmenhuizen (Machinestraat 4). Here we present our new varieties, and we are happy to talk to you. If you want to make an appointment to visit Warmenhuizen contact your account manager or schedule an appointment through

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