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A new CEA podcast for Growers by Growers

Nick Greens and Joe Swartz are pleased to announce the launch of the Polygreens Podcast, a new agriculture podcast hosted by Nick and Joe.

This podcast aims to combat the misleading information that proliferates about controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) by providing listeners with facts and information from two long time industry veterans.

The agriculture podcast is for anyone that is interested in learning more about topics such as urban farming, greenhouse growing, indoor production, and much more. Nick and Joe will tackle many issues related to CEA in an open, practical, and honest manner, devoid of “hype” and “fluff.” 

The Polygreens podcast hosts:
The two hosts for the agriculture podcast are Nick Greens, with Nick Greens LLC, and Joe Swartz, with AmHydro. 

Nick Greens aims to expand the vertical farming industry by helping agriculture entrepreneurs manage their businesses better, avoid common mistakes, and improve crop yields.

This is based on what Nick and his team have observed and developed over the past fifteen years. Even though Nick is growing food on a bigger scale, his expertise enables him to provide useful tips for the webinar attendees who would like to know more about how the hydroponics method works and how to do it right - whether growing on a small scale or on a bigger scale.

Joe Swartz is a lifelong farmer who incorporated CEA into his own family farm operation. He is the Vice President, Lead Horticulturist at AmHydro, of Arcata CA and a consultant to growers worldwide. Over the past 36 years, Swartz has been continued to improve crop production technologies and commercial growing systems. AmHydro currently has successful installations in 66 countries around the world.

Nick and Joe will be regularly speaking on all topics related to CEA, featuring numerous industry leaders, and answering questions that will be sent in by listeners. Nick and Joe can be reached via mail as they welcome show topic suggestions as well as questions to be addressed on air.

The podcast is currently carried on 16 platforms, including Buzzsprout, Apple, Spotify, and Castro

For more information:
Nick Greens
[email protected] 

Joe Swartz
[email protected]

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