OTCWagon Issues Update on: Golden Triangle Ventures, Inc. (GTVH)
Golden Triangle Ventures, Inc. (GTVH) is pleased to announce that its technology division has received positive results from a second round of cut flower testing conducted using its HyFrontier Technologies, Inc. HyGrO hydrogen water system. The purpose of the test is to see which of the over 100 varieties of cut flowers, also called ornamentals, responds most favorably to the use of the HyGrO hydrogen water.
The experiment placed flowers of the same species in a vase of standard water ("control water") and another set in a vase of HyGrO hydrogen water. The flowers were then monitored and photographed at different intervals to measure their longevity and quality of preservation over the set interval. Listed below are the results from testing carnations, hydrangeas and roses. These results are in accordance with the initial tests that were performed earlier in the year and show clear and undisputed evidence that HyGrO water dramatically increases the shelf life, resiliency, overall health and quality of cut flowers.
Cut Flower Test Results
Hydrangeas placed in HyGrO water lasted 29 days as opposed to only seven days in the control water.
Long-stem red roses in the HyGrO water had a two-week longer shelf life than the red roses in the control water.
Carnations preserved in the HyGrO water lasted 21 days longer than carnations in the control water.
The U.S. market for cut flowers is currently valued at $6 billion per year, and the global market is expected to reach nearly $44 billion over the next six years. The implications of these initial tests further validate management's belief in the significance of HyGrO hydrogen water being used within the flower industry – not only to increase the shelf life of cut flowers but to also dramatically reduce waste across the entire industry vertical.
John, IT Staff