Paprika Tasty Radio to examine trends and developments in Egypt’s horticulture  

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica: Webinar organiser, radio broadcaster, content marketing specialist and networking organiser Jungle Talks, in association with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency will examine trends and developments in Egypt’s horticultural industry. Ed Smit will host two Paprika Tasty Radio Specials to discuss the country’s current and future challenges for water resource management, the growth opportunities for investors and horticultural engineering companies in Egypt’s domestic market and the impact of the newly implemented ‘organic law’. Tune in on Thursday 1 July and Thursday 8 July (16.00 hrs CEST).

In the two radio programmes Smit will have a round table with four guests: Melle Leenstra, the Dutch Agricultural Counsellor in Cairo, Gert-Jan Krook and Tarek El Said of Rijk Zwaan Egypt, Engy El Arnaouti of Bio Egypt and Mohamed Elbassioni of Flora Mix Egypt will take the listeners on an inspiring horticultural journey to a fascinating country.

On 1 July, from 16.00 hrs CEST onwards these four guests will present themselves and the week after on 8 July they will discuss the themes mentioned above. Tune in via

‘Jungle Talks in Egypt’ is powered by Paprika Tasty Radio and Jungle Talks and supported by Netherlands Agricultural Network.  All ‘Jungle Talks to’ episodes can be downloaded as podcast from Spotify via this link:

1 and 8 July 2021 (16.00 – 17.00 hrs CEST).

Pictured are a group of lecturers from Egypt’s renowned Kafrelsheikh University which has occupied a prominent place in Egypt’s agriculture and horticulture for many decades.

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