The Mushroom Days 2022 have been rescheduled to July 6, 7 and 8.
The appeal to register early for participation in the Mushroom Days was very positively answered.
80% of the floor space available for stands has already been reserved. We are very grateful for your cooperation.
It shows great enthusiasm to make it again a unique event together. The exhibitors also expressed their concern that it might not (yet) be possible for everyone to visit the Mushroom Days at the end of March 2022.
In particular, the quarantine obligation as it currently applies in some countries constitutes a serious travel restriction.
As an organization, we shared this justified concern. With the cancellation of the NAMC in Vancouver (June 2022) space was created in the international agenda of trade fairs and conferences for the mushroom sector. This decision is giving us the opportunity to return to our usual time of the year.
Covid-19 vaccination coverage is rising worldwide, and more and more countries are announcing further relief of travel restrictions. A broad consultation has made the board of the Mushroom Days Foundation therefore decide to postpone the Mushroom Days by more than 3 months to the 6th, 7th and 8th of July 2022. The board believes that this decision does justice to the large number of registrations and the enthusiasm of the participants, as well as to the concern about the (currently) applicable travel restrictions.
There are never certainties, but 3 months extra is valuable time. The go/no-go moment of November 1, 2021, will therefore be a definitive go.
The next edition of the Mushroom Days will take place on July 6, 7 and 8, 2022. Only government restrictions can prevent this edition to take place.
Unexpected escalation of Covid-19 cannot be completely ruled out. Therefore, the current conditions of participation remain in effect for all subscriptions.
The Mushroom Days Committee will soon start positioning the already registered participants on the floor map.
The call to register soon for the remaining 20% of stand space remains actual.
The need to meet in person again remains strongly felt and the Mushroom Days are an excellent opportunity to do so.
For more detailed information about the possibilities, contact the project team: Femke Willems or Anoeska Hagenstein.