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Register today for "Implementing Plant Empowerment, a profitable way to sustainability": A Free, Four-Part Webinar Series

The partners of Plant Empowerment bring you a free, four-part webinar series: "Implementing Plant Empowerment, a Profitable Way to Sustainability". Participants will be introduced to the basic principles of Plant Empowerment and growing crops in a sustainable way using the natural growing power and resilience of a plant. The first webinar will be held on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020 at 9 am CET and 3 pm CET (9 am EST).

In this four-part webinar series, participants will learn how to simulate and support the natural growing power of plants by creating optimal growth conditions. In the first webinar, the authors of Plant Empowerment, the basic principles, will explain the basic principles and will discuss topics such as screening, data-driven growing, automation, substrate, glass types, climate, pollination, natural pest & disease control and natural & artificial lighting.

Free webinar series: Implementing Plant Empowerment

The series kicks off with the first webinar being held on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020 at 9 AM CET and 3 PM CET (9 AM EST).






Click here to sign up for the first webinar and learn more about Plant Empowerment and the series of webinars!



The roadmap to sustainable cultivation 

Plant Empowerment is a new unique cultivation method that leads to more yield and better quality. At the same time, resources such as water, energy, and nutrients are used more efficiently. This makes Plant Empowerment the roadmap to sustainable horticulture. The theory of Plant Empowerment is described in the book; Plant Empowerment, the basic principles. This book has been well received worldwide and is currently being translated into several languages. Many growers already grow according to the principles of Plant Empowerment.

Jan Voogt, one of the authors of the book, explains what makes Plant Empowerment so unique.

From offline to online courses 

Next to schools and universities worldwide, growing via Plant Empowerment is supported by six world-leading horticultural companies: Koppert Biological Systems,, Ludvig Svensson, Hortilux/PL Light Systems, Hoogendoorn Growth Management, Saint-Gobain Cultilene, all of whom are implementation partners of Plant Empowerment. The partners continue to organize well attended, seminars and workshops worldwide to educate growers about implementing this cultivation method to better optimize their production. Various events were planned for the coming year, however, due to the current corona-virus, it is still unclear which events can take place. Despite the current situation, the Plant Empowerment partners remain more committed than ever, to sharing high-value knowledge, and thus have opted to proceed with webinars from June on-wards.  

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