Tim van Hissenhoven and Cultivators join forces!

Published on 07/06/2020

Cultivators is delighted to announce that it will join forces with Tim van Hissenhoven. In the past few months Cultivators has been active in the lettuce & herbs industry aside from cannabis. The Cultivators team already has much experience in this industry and with the addition of Tim there will be a solid base for a hydroponic lettuce & herbs division.

Tim was ‘born in a greenhouse’ and has started up hydroponic lettuce farms from the drawing board. Nowadays he consults on various projects and provides daily cultivation support. Over the years the number of projects grew rapidly – and is still growing. The market developments in the lettuce & herbs industry have resulted in a high demand for cultivation expertise and management. The Cultivators team will bring this expertise through consultancy, training, project management, and experienced people.

The Cultivators team works closely with growers, horticultural suppliers, and research centres to ensure the optimal success of lettuce & herbs projects. As 100% independent consultants we unite the right parties for the project at hand. Joining forces with Tim means that we can continue and expand the services on:

For more information please see the following article at Hortidaily:
https://www.hortidaily.com/article/9224609/technique-should-be-at-the-service-of-the-plant-and-the-requested-end-product/


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