Teagasc at Bloom 2022
Bord Bia Bloom is one of the biggest horticulture events in Europe.
Bloom is a general garden and lifestyle show with approximately 100,000 people attending over the five days. In 2022, it will take place from 2nd - 6th June 2022.
The Teagasc horticulture exhibit ‘Healthy People, Healthy Planet’ sets out to inspire people and create awareness about Irish plants, fruits and vegetables and their positive impact on personal health and environment. We have six sub themes as listed below which offer something to interest everyone so we invite you to drop by and say hello, we’d be delighted to meet you!
View video below for more information on what to see on the stand
Horticulture Development Department
Providing Research and Advisory support to the horticulture sector
Botanic Gardens Dublin and Kildalton College incorporating South East Technological University (SETU)
Supported by the Crops Research Department, Oak Park
Plants on display at Teagasc Stand
Biodiversity in our Countryside
Supported by Teagasc Environment Advisory and Research
The Food Waste Challenge
Supported by Teagasc Food and Horticulture, Ashtown Food Research Centre
Forestry Development Department
Farm Forestry Research, Advice and Training
Teagasc has developed a stand for this event to get its message out to a wider audience who are interested in our horticulture activities directly regarding horticulture research, advisory and education. Additionally, Teagasc will exhibit its activities related to plants, trees, forestry, crops, potatoes, biodiversity and bees.
Sustainability is a major theme currently in the horticulture sector. Our Teagasc stand theme ‘Healthy People, Healthy Planet’ sets out to inspire people and create awareness about Irish fruits and vegetables. Their positive impact on personal health, in terms of consumption, and the positive climate impact in choosing fresh produce.
Our horticulture specific presentations looks at alternatives to peat in the horticulture sector. Modern sustainable packaging solutions for fresh produce and horticultural education through our colleges.
Additionally, we are encouraging visitors to see Irish plant material at our stand, get involved in gardening and spend more time outdoors.
The value of the trees and plants in our built environment is a concurrent theme and is represented through our presentations on biodiversity, forestry and the planting themes around our stand.