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Sival, trade fair for specialized crops in France

In our project to expand the company, Plantae moves to «Sival» , a leading fair for specialized crops, from January 14 to 16, 2020 in the city of Angers (France).

Sival brings together many companies of up to 40 different nationalities, making it one of the 3 most important fairs in France.

It has 6 pavilions attracting the visit of multiple professional profiles from around the world, in a country where agriculture represents one of its largest sources of financing.

Objectives of the fair "Sival"

The " Sival " fair brings together the sectors of:

  • Horticulture , with all varieties of garden products. France is a pioneer in modernizing this sector, even offering "Master of Horticulture" to specialize future agricultural technicians in the horticultural sector.
  • Viticulture , a fundamental sector in France with Greek and Roman origins.
  • Arboriculture , with fruit and ornamental trees. We can also find "Master" in this matter to train professionals specialized in treating trees.
  • Vegetables , grown outdoors and in a greenhouse.

From 2017 to 2020, investments in the horticultural sector progressively increased to promote the construction of greenhouses. Farmers' associations were created and a " white paper " is produced that includes:

  • Projects first.
  • Also the protection of crops.
  • The working conditions.
  • Finally the social components.

France is the third largest horticultural producer in the European Union, after Italy and Spain.

We can also find at the fair a showcase of professionals such as:

  • The agricultural machinery showcase is very important.
  • In addition, farm products, phytosanitary products, fertilizers. etc.
  • Laboratories, recycling of waste and discharges, organic supply, biocontrol.
  • New technologies.
  • Also seed companies where France is the world's leading producer, suppliers of seedlings and nurseries.
  • Also seed companies where France is the world's leading producer, suppliers of seedlings and nurseries.

Sival, an international fair

Sival welcomes a good number of foreign exhibitors and international speakers. It also offers the Fruit 2050 event dedicated to professionals in the fruit sector at a European level to exchange ideas about the future of fruit.

Plantae in Sival

The objectives of Plantae in this fair are:

  • Know the technological innovations.
  • Also chat with other tech trends.
  • Present its technology to manufacturers and distributors of irrigation, fertilizers and phytosanitary products.
  • All this with the purpose of seeing technological scenarios within precision agriculture and looking for new distributors for its next expansion plan.

Type of agricultural crops in Angers

The area of ​​Angers that hosts this fair in France, located on the banks of the Loire River, is especially wine-producing, with wines of designation of origin as we will later indicate. In addition, its orchards and livestock with large pastures stand out. Market gardening is also important.

SIVAL fair in France
SIVAL fair in France

Denomination of origin wines in France

Viticulture has a special place at this fair. French wines are world famous. The diversity of its climate means that in France we find wines of all kinds, from light to powerful, white, rosé and red.

Wines in France
Wines in France

Among the main regions of wines with designations of origin we highlight:

ALSACIA

The denominations are Alsace AOC And Alsace Grand Cru AOC .

Wines formed with a temperate climate, white with variety grapes: G ewürtztraminer, M uscat , P inot, R iesling and S ylvaner.

BEAUJOLAIS

Denominations Beaujolais AOC and Beaujolais-Villages AOC.

BURDEOS

The most prominent Denominations of Origin are: Bordeaux, Médoc, Margaux, Pauillac, Saint-Julien, Saint-Estephe, Graves, Pomerol, Saint-Emilion, Barsac and Sauternes, Entre-Deux- Mers and Bordeaux Supérieur.

We highlight regional names such as: Bourgogne, Bourgogne-Aligoté, Bourgogne Passetoutgrain, Bourgogne (Grand) ordinaire, Mâcon, Chablis, Côtes de Nuîts, Hautes Côtes de Nuîts, Côtes de Beaune, Hautes Côtes de Beaune and Côte Chalonnaise.

CHAMPAGNE

World famous sparkling wine. The denomination of origin of « champagne » only allows three types of strains: Pinot noir, Pinot Menier and Chardonnay.

LANGUEDOC-ROSELLÓN

With varieties: Mourvédre, Syrah, Cinsaut, Carignan and Garnacha.

The denominations are: Côtes du Roussillon, Corbiéres, Fitou, Minervois, Côteaux du Languedoc, Clairette du Languedoc, Costières de Nîmes, Blanquette de Limoux.

PROVENZA

Varieties Garnacha and Cariñena for rosé wines. For red varieties such as Cinsault, Syrah and Mourvèdre.

CÓTES DU RHONE

Wines with designation of origin in the Rhone Valley

CÓRCEGA

General denomination Vin de Corse and two A.O.C. Ajaccio and Heritage.

SUROESTE 

With white and red wines.

VALLE DEL LOIRA 

A wide expanse of vineyards in the Loire Valley. The wines are both red and rosé, white and sparkling.

SIVAL fair in France
SIVAL fair in France
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