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Mar 2020

Grower2Grower services during COVID-19 lockdown

Grower2Grower services during COVID-19 lockdown

Growing must go on

 

Advisory Service:

With the COVID-19 alert system increasing to level 4 on Wednesday the 25th of March, I would like to reassure all growers that I am still available to visit properties if advice, of an essential nature, is required to maintain the wellbeing of crops.  I am well equipped to cope with hygiene requirements.

Growers that use Grower2Grower crop registration services via e-mail will carry on as usual.  If anyone would like to register for crop registration please let me know.

Alternatively, I am available by e-mail chat or phone either with normal voice calls or video calls including Facetime, WhatsApp or Wechat, please don’t hesitate to connect if you require anything.

 

E-Magazine:

I want to reassure all readers of Grower2Grower, including growers, suppliers, government and our international readers we will carry on providing as much current information pertaining to greenhouse horticulture. 

I am inviting suppliers and growers (if they have time) to provide articles or updates on their business’s opening hours, any supply constraints or availability of any products & services at this time. I am more than happy to run more frequent editions/updates to provide greenhouse growers with up to date information as required.

 

Please keep safe everyone.

 

 

I appreciate your comments.  Please feel free to comment on the grower2grower Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/StefanGrower2grower/

Article Written and compiled by Stefan Vogrincic, Consultant, Grower2Grower

Article Edited by Marie Vogrincic, Editor, Grower2Grower

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