RotoGro lines up Canadian university partnership

RotoGro International (RGI) is in talks with three Canadian universities to conduct peer review studies on its agricultural cultivation technologies.

The studies are hoped to provide academic verification on RotoGro's new systems and internal data collected over the past 18 months.

RGI's testing focused on its three technologies, which include Rotational Garden System, the 'Model 710', aptly-named supporting, automated technology, the 'Automated Technology' and its monitoring system iGrow Software.

Read more at The Market Herald (Simone Grogan)

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