This year’s rescheduled Balmoral Show features a new ‘Healthy Fruit and Vegetable Growth’ section.

Launched by the Horticulture Forum and the Royal Ulster Agricultural Association (RUAS), the show highlights the importance of fruits and vegetables in Northern Ireland.

Exciting additions this year include the promotion of local products in the “Parful” product and the creation of a new indoor exhibition designed to attract, motivate and educate visitors to the show.

Healthy gardening

A spokesman for the Royal Ulster Agricultural Association, which is organizing the show, said there is something for everyone in the Fruit Marks.

This year’s attractions include:

  • Fill your competitor’s shoes,
  • A happy children’s intellectual trail; And
  • The famous Power Spad.

NI’s top fruit and vegetable producers and trade representatives will be ready to promote the benefits of fruits and vegetables from green finger pastime to large-scale producers.

Denise Kelso, chairman of the Horticulture Committee, commented:

“There is something interesting about everyone in the house. The Horticulture Forum has decided to showcase the best domestic products. ‘

This year’s show runs from May 22 to Saturday, September 25.

Tickets for this year’s show must be purchased prior to the event. Login conditions can be found on the demo website.