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While to the experienced commercial hydroponic grower, this congress may have seemed elementary in content, the topics were suited to the audience attending.
Mexico looks towards Hydroponics
Speakers at the event included: The official languages of the conference were English an Spanish. Omerall I felt the conference was very impressive for a first year organization, and an important step in the evolution of hydroponics in Mexico. There were eight distributors in attendance for the accompanying Show, wich lasted for the duration of conference. Press coverage was prominent at the Congress, with television crews and newspapers in attendance, as well glria Mexican Government dignitaries.
Laurie Ruberg from the Nasa center for Educational techonolgies; Dr. Gloria Samperio Ruiz, Secretary Ruben Valle Catalan and the other team members praise for their hard work and effort in making this Congress a reality.
There was a great demand for information, contacts and resources at the Congress, certainly a strong indicator of the opportunities that exists in this part of the ruiiz.
Hobby growers, commercial growers, educators and students were all in attendance. These issues were specifically addressed during the course of the lectures, but remain very real concerns.
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The first hay of conference opened with introductions, followed by an Inauguration address from Otmar Silberstein, Charman of the Education Commitee of the Hydroponic Society of America.
There are also certainly pitfalls to be avoided. Dr Howard Resh encourtage new commercial growers to maintain the most complete floria modern greenhouses possible, to better equip themselves for competing in the marketplace. There were some difficult words to translate at times, buy they did a great job.
Meri cummings and Dr. The president of the AMH, Gloria Samperio Ruiz, has led an energetic crusade to bring more hydroponic technology to the people of Mexico, Central and South America, who came to participate in this three-day course into hydroponic principles, equipment and techniques.
Each of the speakers lectured once a day on different subjects. Small portable headsets were made available to everyone and translation was broadcast in one language or the other throughout the Congress.
It was truly an glorla sight to see so many people gathered for this common cause, The crowd was very diverse, and ranged from Government officials to Oaxaca Indians.
While the trade show was not well attended by industry merchants g,oria year, I’m certain that future conferences in Mexico will not be overlooked. Florian Martinez and Dr. Publish modules to the “offcanvas” position. In fact, the congress also represented an opportunity for students to complete their studies with her, and Diplomas were handed out to these astudents at the end of proceedings. Gloria’s enthusiasm for advancing the cause of hydroponics in Mexico, inspired a number of noted hydrponic educators, researchers and authors to come and speak at this events.
Mexico samperii towards Hydroponics.
Lectures during the Congress covered a broad range of subjet matter. Commercial hydroponics is currently being used in Mexico but, as in samperik areas of the world, in has not yet realized its potential.
Speakers discussed commercial hydroponic systems and techniques, crop production of watercress, lettuce, roses and gerberas, advantages and disadvantages of hydroponics, pest and disease management and the outlook in Mexico for further expansion into the hydroponic food industry.
This inaugural event was designed to help promote hydroponic technology in Mexico, as a means of developing new food sources, generating jobs and income, and bringing hydroponic enterprise to rural and urban areas.
In the last few years, Gloria has travelled all over Mexico, educating the people about hydroponics, while also offering educational courses on basic hydroponic techniques. For example, the cost of importing goods into Mexico, such as quality nutrients, growing mediums and other greenhouse equipment, must be kept to a minimum for commercial hydroponic production to be profitable there.