AG2PI Field Day #7 - May 19, 2021


Data Driven Growing in Practice

May 19, 2021 @ 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM (US Central Time)
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May 19, 2021
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
(US Central Time)

Purpose

Learn of the latest greenhouse technology to help improve plant quality and yield through data generated from both artificial intelligence and plant physiology

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Dr. Teddy Prayoga

From climate regulation, lighting, water and fertilization -- technology is the vein of greenhouse cultivation in the Netherlands. Teddy Prayoga, Data Driven Growing Specialist with LetsGrow.com, will share how the latest greenhouse technology is being used at Tomato World and with LetsGrow.com for greenhouse production companies and horticulturalists around the globe.

Prayoga is part of the knowledge team at LetsGrow.com, which includes experts with backgrounds ranging from data analysis, crop research, artificial intelligence, machine vision, and the greenhouse growers themselves. This unique team serves to bridge the gap between research and practice.


Tomato World is an information and education centre in the Netherlands that expresses the great value of the Dutch greenhouse horticulture sector and its obvious contribution to the global food challenge.

LetsGrow.com, founded over 20 years ago, is the data platform for the horticultural sector, nationally and internationally. Greenhouse production companies can connect with the LetsGrow.com platform to gain insight into their greenhouses. The experts at LetsGrow.com can supply analyses and advice, which lead to better results through improved quality of production and better harvest prognoses.