TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / March 27, 2019 / Toronto based CO2GRO Inc. (”GROW”) (TSX-V: GROW, OTCQB: BLONF, Frankfurt: 4021) will be presenting at the GFIA Global Ag Tech Conference April 1-2 in Abu Dhabi. GFAI states its annual Middle East Conference is the largest global showcase of Sustainable Agriculture Innovation. Their 2018 Conference had company representatives from over 100 countries.
GROW’s objectives at this international agriculture technology innovation conference include:
To meet with potential Middle East Agri Industrial Partners/Distributors
To meet potential Middle East, EU and other international customers
To tour various greenhouses and shade facilities in several Emirates (i.e. Abu Dhabi and Dubai) that have expressed interest in CO2 Foliar Spray.
Aaron Archibald, COO, commented ”our CO2 Foliar Spray technology has been classified by some as ”sustainable precision ag”. It is an honor to have been invited to speak about CO2 Foliar Spray for enhancing plant growth at such a prestigious global Ag conference. This region grows much of its food indoors and is a prime candidate for our technology. As well as speaking at the conference, we will be exhibiting in Booth C8.”
About CO2 GRO Inc.
GROW’s mission is to accelerate all indoor and outdoor value plant growth naturally, safely, and economically using its patent pending CO2 Foliar Spray technology. GROW’s global target retail plant markets are food at $8 trillion per year (Plunkett Mar 2017), non-food at an estimated $1.2 trillion per year with retail tobacco at $760 billion (BA Tobacco 2017), floriculture at $100 billion by 2022 (MarketResearch.Biz estimate). Legal cannabis at $52.5 billion per year by 2023 (Statista) and legal US hemp CBD at $22B per year by 2022 (the Brightfield Group).
GROW’s CO2 technologies are commercially proven, scalable and easily adopted into existing irrigation systems.
The CO2 technologies work by transferring CO2 gas into water and foliar spraying water across the entire plant leaf surface which is a semi permeable membrane. The dissolved concentrated CO2 then penetrates a leaf’s surface area naturally like nicotine dissolves through human skin from a soluble nicotine patch.
Foliar spraying of water, dissolved nutrients and chemicals on plant leaves has been used for over 60 years by millions of indoor and outdoor growers. To date, outdoor growers have not had any way to enhance plant CO2gas uptake for faster growth.
Indoor CO2 gassing has enhanced plant yields for over 60 years but 60% of the CO2 gas used is typically lost from ventilation. Current greenhouse CO2 gassing levels of up to 1500 PPM are not ideal for worker health and safety. GROW’s safer infused CO2 Foliar Spray can be used by both indoor and outdoor plant growers with minimal dissolved CO2 gas lost and much greater CO2 plant bioavailability resulting in higher plant yields than both CO2 gassing and no gassing plant yields.
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For more information, please visit www.co2gro.ca or contact Sam Kanes, VP Business Development at 416-315-7477.
SOURCE: Co2 Gro Inc.
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