US AgTech company adds experienced controlled environment farmer as innovation specialist

AEssenseGrows, an AgTech company specializing in precision automated aeroponic platforms for consistent high-yield plant production, announced today that Jim Garza, a 4th generation farmer from Texas, with wide experience in Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA), public service, and plant physiology, joined the company to focus on business development in CEA and government initiatives. Jim combines real world farming experience with a talent for hands-on research and automation development.

Jim understands Mother Nature’s positive outdoor influences and how to replicate those influences through automation indoors. Cultivation is migrating from field crops to indoor vertical farming and this is generating opportunities around food security. AEssenseGrows expects Jim’s knowledge of plant physiology and successful business requirements to help him find disruptive innovation opportunities throughout their business.

Jim reviews every grow system through a series of questions related to physical capacity, environment, plant health management, access control, production operations, and profitability. Concluding that it is easy to understand the basic advantages of aeroponics, Jim found AEssenseGrows to be the best integration of physical controls, software, and science execution so he asked to joined the company.

“I am excited to put the advantages of aeroponics to work for our customers.” Said Garza. “Plant health, growth speed, quality, nutrition absorption, and yields are easy wins for growers that switch to aeroponics,” Jim continued. “If I can help you with questions on CEA for cannabis or fresh produce, please contact me”.

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