First course at Mexican Hoogendoorn perceived with enthusiasm

On December 2nd and 3rd, the first Master class on managing climate and plant physiology was conducted on the premises of the new Mexican Hoogendoorn training center in the Agropark of Queretaro. In total, 17 enthusiastic participants received their certificate for completing this two day course.

The Masterclass had a special focus on advanced management of controls for climate, energy, ventilation and irrigation with the physiology of plants and their interaction with technology that Hoogendoorn offers in over 70 countries.



New knowledge on growth techniques
To teach this course, expert consultant from Hoogendoorn: René Beerkens, travelled from Holland to share all his experience in horticulture and the management of Hoogendoorn systems, in order to provide new knowledge on growth techniques to Mexican producers.

Enthusiastic participants
The group of participants was extremely enthusiastic with the course content and the knowledge they gained from it, averaging a 9.5 out out of 10 in a survey satisfaction rating. Comments included: "Excellent course, very good presentation by the instructor, now we are able to use all the benefits that Hoogendoorn gives us in their systems."

Training in 2015
By 2015, Hoogendoorn expects to provide basic courses for new users of automation systems, technical courses for installers and maintenance personnel and advanced classes again on plant physiology and climate control.

More information
Hoogendoorn Growth Management
Juan Gonzalez
Email: jg@hoogendoorn.ca
or
Gloria Lopez
Email: gl@hoogendoorn.ca
www.hoogendoorn.ca


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