FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lafayette, Colo., (February 11, 2019) – urban-gro, Inc., a leading agricultural solution and technology company that works with leading commercial cannabis cultivators around the world, will be hosting three design workspaces at the 2019 NCIA Seed to Sale Show to be held at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts on February 12 and 13.
These high-performance cultivation systems design workspaces will allow commercial cultivators to explore the design and technical considerations of numerous key cultivation facility systems—including irrigation, fertigation, climate control, benches, air movement, lighting, and pest management. These private workspaces will offer urban-gro’s customers the opportunity for detailed design and system evaluations to ensure optimal space utilization and product performance.
Additionally, urban-gro will showcase Fluence Bioengineering’s LED lighting solutions, following their recent announcement as the company’s first horticulture system integrator in the Americas. The industry-leading SPYDR and VYPR lights will be on display, demonstrating the latest in cultivation lighting technology to improve crop quality, consistency, and operational efficiencies.
“urban-gro provides design, commissioning, and leading ag tech to support high-performance cultivation facilities, ensuring that our customers have the best solutions for their cultivation needs,” said Brad Nattrass, CEO and Co-Founder at urban-gro. “Our design workspaces represent the heart of what urban-gro provides and allow us to demonstrate our commitment to serving the cultivation community with best-in-market products, services, and technology.”
urban-gro experts will be on hand in Booth #811 to meet with cultivators and answer questions regarding urban-gro’s systems integration solutions, products, and technology.
urban-gro is a leading systems integrator and agriculture technology firm focused on serving commercial cultivators around the world. The company’s ag tech division, Soleil Technologies, delivers data-driven micro climate intelligence using high-density sense and control technology to improve crop quality, consistency, and operational efficacies. urban-gro helps cultivators achieve sustainable scalability via innovative solutions that drive down costs, increase economic yield and reduce environmental impact. By combining its design and integration services, industry-leading suite of cultivation equipment and crop management products, and proprietary technology solutions, urban-gro provides integrated solutions for today’s commercial cannabis cultivators to efficiently manage and optimize their cultivation operations. urban-gro is recognized as one of the cannabis industry’s fastest growing systems integration and agricultural technology companies. Visit urban-gro.com and soleiltech.ag to learn more. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
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