CO2 GRO Inc. and Mexico Partner Rancho Nexo Announce a Second Technology Trial at a Mexican Bell Pepper Greenhouse (BLONF)
TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / May 26, 2022 / Toronto-based CO2 GRO Inc. (“CO2 GRO” or the“Company“) (TSXV:GROW), (OTCQB:BLONF), (Frankfurt:4021) and their Mexico marketing and sales partner, Rancho Nexo are pleased to announce that a second technology trial (“Trial“) will proceed at a bell pepper greenhouse in the state of Quertaro. The size of the Trial grow area is 500m2 or 5500 square feet. The customer requires anonymity so no further details can be disclosed.
The Trial’s goals are to increase bell pepper fruit yield, reduce the spread of pathogens such as powdery mildew, and reduce the overall cost per unit of production thereby increasing overall margins.
On April 7, 2022 CO2 GRO and Rancho Nexo announced the first Trial in Mexico for Bresca Hortalizas S.P.R. de R.L. in their 4 Ha (10 acre) new greenhouse in the State of Puebla, Mexico.
Rancho Nexo’s Matt Grant stated “Rancho Nexo is committed to bringing key technologies to Mexican Agri Business of which CO2 GRO’s precision ag technology is integral.”
CO2 GRO’s VP Sales & Strategic Alliances, Aaron Archibald commented, “Commercial success at these two Mexican vegetable Trials with our partner Rancho Nexo should open the door to many other Mexican AMHPAC member vegetable growers trying our technology. They represent 90% of Mexico’s vegetable exports to the US and Canada.”
About Rancho Nexo (www.ranchonexo.com)
Rancho Nexo, based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada and Mexico City, is dedicated to connecting the world with the power of technology by bringing together innovators and global channel partners. Rancho Nexo was founded to help innovative tech companies reach broader markets in a shorter period of time. “We represent advanced technology firms in Latin American Markets and offer their innovative solutions to companies looking to revolutionize their performance”.
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CO2 GRO’s proprietary CO2 Delivery Solutions technology is revolutionizing the global estimated 800 billion square foot protected grower market. This is comprised of 600 billion square feet of fruits & vegetables (Cuesta Roble 2019), an estimated 100 billion square feet of floriculture and another estimated 100 billion square feet of crops such as medicinal plants, citrus tree seedlings and other non-food varieties.
Dedication: CO2 GRO is dedicated to enhancing plant growth and productivity sustainably, while reducing our customers’ ecological footprint with a focus on People, the Planet and Prosperity.
Our Technology: CO2 Delivery Solutions creates a dissolved CO2 solution that is misted onto plants grown in greenhouses and protected grower facilities globally providing growers with multiple significant benefits.
Value Proposition: Growers that cannot atmospherically enrich their facilities with CO2 (gassing) can now realize yield increases of up to 30% and up to a doubling of gross profits, while suppressing the development of micro-pathogens such as E.coli and powdery mildew leading to healthier crops. Greenhouses and indoor facilities that currently do employ CO2 gassing can save up to 90% on their CO2 consumption, thereby reducing their production costs and CO2 enrichment emissions.
Patent Protection: CO2 GRO’s CO2 Delivery Solutions technology is protected by a suite of patents and patents pending.
Business Model: Our technology is sold to growers based on the cultivation area installed at prices that provide a high return on their investment and high margins for our shareholders.
Global Expansion: CO2 GRO’s management is rapidly expanding its international marketing partner relationships into Mexico, Spain, the EU, the UK, South Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia and Latin America as well as in its US and Canadian base.
Environment, Social and Governance ESG: CO2 GRO is committed to good Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) policies and practices. We are an equal opportunity employer of choice and opportunity.
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