NutriHydro and Partners Foster Knowledge Growth

NutriHydro and Partners Foster Knowledge Growth

On 2024 March 1st, NutriHydro, in collaboration with Hydroponics Cavite РJ&M Crops and Hydrolex Lettuce, hosted a comprehensive seminar and training program on Basic Hydroponics. The event took place at Bethlehem Green Farm in Silang, Cavite, and featured known professionals in the hydroponics field.

Sharing Knowledge and Techniques

Angela Velasco, a respected horticulturist, presented invaluable insights into pertinent hydroponics materials. Mark Aries Camiguing, the owner of J&M AgriTrading, discussed the critical significance of greenhouses in the hydroponic agriculture industry. Alex Jade Ausan, the owner of Hydrolex Lettuce, gave his firsthand knowledge and success stories with hydroponically grown crops.

Each speaker provided extensive guidelines, ensuring that participants had a thorough understanding of hydroponic techniques and the most recent breakthroughs in this innovative agricultural approach. Ms. Velasco’s instructive lecture emphasized product selection, whereas Mr. Camiguing highlighted the importance of greenhouse building. Mr. Ausan’s talk provided insightful lessons learned from his growth path.¬†

Interactive Learning Experience

The seminar created a dynamic learning environment, with a dedicated question-and-answer session where participants from all backgrounds could interact directly with the speakers and clarify any misconceptions. This broad audience comprised aspiring growers, professionals who were looking to increase their skills, and people interested in hydroponics for personal or business use. The event culminated with a picture opportunity and a tour of Bethlehem Green Farm, which provided firsthand experience with a working hydroponic arrangement.

This united effort by NutriHydro, Hydroponics Cavite, and the experienced presenters surely provided attendees with the information and skills required to launch their successful hydroponic ventures.

With its focus on resource efficiency and controlled environments, hydroponics holds immense potential for the future of sustainable agriculture. As technology continues to evolve, advancements like automated systems and integrated monitoring could further streamline and optimize hydroponic cultivation.

Ready to Grow?

NutriHydro’s Basic Hydroponics Seminar and Training program provided a valuable springboard for attendees to embark on their successful hydroponic endeavours. If you’re interested in learning more about hydroponics and its exciting possibilities, visit NutriHydro’s website or explore other reputable resources available online.

NutriHydro is a manufacturer of plant nutrients based in the Philippines. They are known to grow the healthiest, heaviest, and largest lettuce in the country. NutriHydro products are available to purchase from the following e-commerce platforms.

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