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Sustainable and profitable hydroponics at the Canadian Greenhouse Conference

The Canadian Greenhouse Conference, a meeting point for the North American agricultural sector, will be held in Niagara Falls (Ontario, Canada) on 5 and 6 October. The Spanish company Hydroponic Systems will travel there to present its new products, including the HS Evolution Pot unit: a hydroponic system for growing strawberries in pots on a metal gutter that guarantees the reduction in the use of plastics and the cost associated with both the purchase of the substrate and the removal of the same at the end of the production cycles.

In addition, the company will show visitors the rest of its catalog, which includes other hydroponic growing systems, whose effectiveness has been demonstrated thanks to various independent studies carried out by clients and informative bodies: production using Hydroponic Systems' products increases in total quantity by between 5% and 12% compared to the hanging and elevated growing units of other competing companies.

These success rates are largely due to the use of a product patented worldwide by Hydroponic Systems. This is the SPACER, an ingenious piece that raises the roots high enough to allow drainage and moisture to circulate beneath them without any possibility of contact. In addition, it has a precise structure, which slightly raises the crops while guaranteeing a maximum surface area for placing the substrate bags and allowing them access to aeration and oxygenation.

This is part of all the systems, including those on the ground, in which customers all over the world are already growing blueberries, tomatoes, and other high-yielding crops.

The company can be visited at stand 236.

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