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Monza, the green spectacle

Positive results for the first edition of the Vita in Campagna (Country Life) Garden Show, held in late September at the park of the Monza Agricultural School. The activities of the Lombardy three-day event included field testing of machines and equipment for gardening and landscaping

by the editorial staff
October 2015 | Back

The Vita in Campagna Garden Show 2015, which took place from September 25 to 27 at the Monza Park, ended successfully. It was organized by the publisher L’Informatore Agrario in partnership with the Monza Agricultural School and the Villa Reale and Monza Park Consortium, sponsored by FederUnacoma and Fieragricola. More than 5,000 gardening enthusiasts and operators of urban lanscaping attended the event, which involved an area of ​​over 6,000 hectares, with a schedule that included a broad range of activities.

Live shows and free courses on the cultivation of fruit and vegetables, tree climbing performances, and above all a wide and qualified exhibition of brands and models of machines and equipment such as mowers, riders, tillers, brushcutters, cultivators, chain saws and hedge trimmers. These brought excitement to the event in Monza, giving enthusiasts and professionals a global experience of the “green” world. A large group of gardening enthusiasts were able to try the most advanced machines and equipment for lanscaping, and the two technical conferences were also successful, taking place on Friday 25 on the issues of sustainable lawn, safe pruning and urban green. The Garden Show initiative was inspired by the success of the Venetian publisher with the five editions of the Fiera di Vita in Campagna (Country Life Fair), an event dedicated to landscaping and life in rural areas, which in 2015 saw the influx at the Centro Fiera del Garda a Montichiari (Bs) of a record number of 45,000 visitors. After all, points out the organizer in an information note, you must not underestimate the fact that in Italy there are 3.5 landscaping enthusiasts, a constantly growing audience that creates an increasingly attractive market also for industries that build machinery and equipment for landscaping and for the maintenance of green areas.

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