Over the years, plenty of horticulture techniques have been developed in order to optimize plant growth while saving on greenhouse resources. With the cooperation of many different researchers, the Next Generation of Growing has become the latest trending development in the Horticulture market.
Hoogendoorn is bringing down one of their consultants to help transfer this knowledge to the Niagara and Leamington Markets. They want to encourage the use of new growing techniques to customers, and share their knowledge and experience of the Next Generation Growing with the growers in the region.
The Next Generation Growing consists of ways to create the optimal 3 balances in greenhouse horticulture; the energy balance, the water balance and the assimilates balance.
Regardless of your system Hoogendoorn will advise on the new strategies that can be used with minimal capital investments to your business making this a very intriguing seminar to growers built for education.
The first seminar will be held in at The Beacon Ramada inn, in Jorden Station on Tuesday September 13, 2016 at 8:00am.
The second seminar will be held at the Roma Club, in Leamington on Friday September 16th 2016 at 8:00am.
Lunch and a social hour for open discussion on the topics will follow.
For more information:
Robert Gibson, Area Sales Manager
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