With the glasshouse construction on track to finish in April 2023, Provenance Propagation is poised to become a leader in the Australian horticulture industry. "We're setting the standard for quality, service, and excellence in vegetable propagation."
Provenance Propagation is on the verge of revolutionizing the horticultural industry with its upcoming glasshouse construction, the team says. Dr. Jack Mooney, the brainbox behind this visionary project, promises to deliver only the best in propagation. "We are committed to quality and excellence, delivering only the best in propagation at a national level."
One of the things that sets Provenance apart is their focus on providing value to their customer in every way possible. "Whether through innovative products, exceptional customer service, or technology, we are always looking for ways to go above and beyond for our clients."
The facility is equipped with the latest technology and features multi-compartment growing zones, crop-specific irrigation and water treatment systems, mobile container benching installation, and climate-controlled graft healing chambers with multi-tier LED lighting. These systems are designed to ensure the highest quality and service for customers and mitigate propagation risks.
Provenance Propagation is set to create 45 new jobs for the Clarence Valley region, contributing significantly to the local economy. The farm's commitment to excellence and quality extends beyond its products and into its social responsibility. By creating new employment opportunities in the Clarence Valley Region, it encourages other regional businesses to do the same, promoting growth and prosperity for the entire area.
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