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Hortau Showcasing Web-Based Irrigation Management Solutions at Commodity Classic
Real-Time Data Using Soil Tension Measurement Helps Growers Improve Yield and Cut Water Costs
The theme of this year’s show, held along the River Walk at Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, is “On Board for Profits,” as more than 3,000 corn, soybean, wheat and sorghum growers are expected to be on hand.
Exhibiting at Booth 1006, Hortau will have consultants on hand throughout the show, demonstrating how its TX3 wireless irrigation management station combined with its newly upgraded and simplified software, reports to growers how crops are faring in real time – before unseen stresses such as lack of aeration or drought can have a negative impact on the crop.
Hortau’s patented, plant-centric approach ensures optimal plant growth, reducing water and energy use, while helping eliminate fertilizer leaching and other environmental impacts of crop production.
“We’re excited to be part of a conference that’s for farmers by farmers,” Hortau CEO Jocelyn Boudreau said. “We’ll be using the opportunity to connect with our trusted growers in the region and talk with others about the benefits of real-time soil tension measurement, and how measuring available water to a crop keeps plants healthier during times of stress and extreme weather events.”
For more information on Hortau’s proprietary irrigation management station and simplified software for both desktop and mobile devices, meet with Hortau at Booth 1006 at the Commodity Classic. You can also visit Hortau.com (http://www.Hortau.com/
Hortau, a global leader in wireless, web-based irrigation management systems, was founded in 2002 by two agriculturally minded entrepreneurs, Dr. Jean Caron, agronomist, Ph.D in Soil Physics, and Jocelyn Boudreau, agricultural engineer, M.Sc. in Soil Physics.
Hortau’s patented, irrigation management solutions help growers detect plant stress, ensuring optimal crop growth while reducing water and energy use as well as eliminate environmental impacts of crop production.
With U.S. operations based in San Luis Obispo, Calif., Hortau has offices, representatives and technicians throughout North America, including a Canada headquarters in Quebec.
Learn more at Hortau.com (http://www.Hortau.com)