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Fargro announces partnership with 2Grow to provide specialist sensors to UK growers

Fargro Ltd, a leading wholesaler and supplier of commercial horticultural products today announced a partnership with 2Grow, who supply specialist sensors that enables growers to make decisions based on internal plant data. This data opens great potential to drive efficiency and create strong healthy crops with a firm foundation.  

“We are excited to be working alongside Fargro to support growers on their data journey. Fargro are a perfect service partner, who add value to data that 2Grow produces while working shoulder to shoulder in partnership with growers” Says 2Grow Sales Manager, Olivier Begerem. 

“Offering our growers, the latest in horticultural technologies allows for better greenhouse management, IPM programming and labour management. 2Grow sensors offer a window into the driving physiological processes of plant helping growers to improve decision making to transition towards a more cost-effective, efficient, and sustainable production future-proofing a business. We look forward to supporting our growers using information generated from the data recorded alongside 2Grow” says Fargro Technical Development Manager, Ant Surrage. 

This latest announcement from Fargro forms part of the company's ongoing strategy of providing end to end support to growers by giving customers access to specialist's advice, support, and equipment to grow their business. 


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