How can I optimise my growing process?

Greenhouse horticulture faces several challenges. Companies are getting bigger and, due to multiple sites, more complex. Costs are rising sharply, and cultivation knowledge is declining. Meanwhile, entrepreneurs generally want to produce as sustainably and profitably as possible. How can all these aspects be successfully managed to ensure a healthy crop and a future-proof business? Well, that’s where we come in!

Scalable and repeatable, this is the key to success. delivers insights and answers to help solve the puzzle that horticultural companies must complete every day. Whether that’s optimising energy and/or water management, predicting harvests, or gaining an understanding of key performance indicators (KPIs). helps you uniformly record company developments in a central location that’s easily accessible to all involved.

Do you ever experience situations where you’d welcome a second opinion or enjoy a helping hand? We've got the plant and data scientists you need, ready to work with you to analyse your crop and to help you address and solve potential problems.

We help entrepreneurs uniformly capture and interpret data and set up dashboards and access, so that the right people get the right information at the right time. Whether your company consists of just one site or 10, this means making the right decisions is easier, more straightforward, predictable and as a result, more scalable. Let’s Grow!

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