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EL FABULOSO "BOTANISCHER GARTEN BERLIN"

By Sergio Cedeno
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President
Ecuador Mango Association





El Invernadero mas grande del mundo , el GROBE TROPUNHAUS








El "JARDIN BOTANICO DE BERLIN" es uno de los 4 más famosos del mundo y actualmente pertenece a la Universidad Libre de Berlin.



Construído entre 1.897 y 1.910 por Adolf Engler tiene 46 hectáreas con 6.000 metros cuadrados de invernaderos que hasta 1.950 eran calentados con 1.500 toneladas de carbon.



El Jardín cuenta con 22.000 especies de plantas de todo el mundo, un enorme "Museo de Botánica", el famoso "Herbario" con miles de plantas disecadas y una "Biblioteca de Botánica"


Todos los visitantes van primero a conocer el Invernadero más grande del mundo el espectacular GROBE TROPENHAUS ,con 25 metros de altura y con estructura de hierro y vidrio donde viven cientos de plantas y árboles tropicales 



como el bambú gigante ( Dendrocalamos giganteus),


cacao, 




fruta de pan, caimito, café, …

Dr. Richard Campbell Leaves Fairchild Tropical Botanical gardens and Formalizes long standing relationship with Cirulli Brothers

Dr. Richard Campbell Leaves Fairchild, Takes New Post


http://ediblesouthflorida.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/dr-richard-campbell-leaves-fairchild-takes-new-post


JANUARY 24, 2017






Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's longtime tropical fruit curator, horticulture director and colorful face of the annual International Mango Festival, Dr. Richard Campbell, is leaving after 20 years to take a position at Ciruli Brothers, a third-generation, family owned grower-shipper of fruits and vegetables. 



Campbell had worked over the years with Ciruli Brothers in a consulting capacity, notably on the Champagne Mango and will now act as Chief Science Officer with additional responsibilities in global procurement. Also a contributor to edible South Florida, Campbell says he's looking forward to the new challenge but will also continue maintaining his own family farm in South Florida, where he lives with his wife and three sons.

In the course of his career at Fairchild, Campbell adroitly balanced…