Colin Bell PhD, Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer of Growcentia to speak at the upcoming Hemp Health & Innovation Expo
Fort Collins – Rob Williams, Chief Revenue Officer at Growcentia, is excited to announce that Colin Bell PhD, Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer of Growcentia will be one of the featured speakers at the upcoming Hemp Health & Innovation Expo in Sydney, Australia.
Colin Bell PhD is a former Research Scientist at Colorado State University. His academic research efforts focused on plant-microbial relationships within the rhizosphere zone to identify mechanisms that may influence soil microbial taxonomic and functional differences among plant species.
“We are grateful to have a role in this newly emerging agriculture market by developing organic and natural technologies that can maximize soil health and plant health - and for a crop that can make a truly positive impact on the quality of human health.” – Colin Bell
The Hemp Health & Innovation Expo is on May 18-19, 2019 and is the only event in Australia for anyone seeking information and greater awareness around the crucial benefits the hemp and cannabis plant has already unlocked, and its sustainable solutions for the future.
“The Growcentia team is dedicated to bringing value to cultivators by focusing on the science of microbes. We are honored to bring our cutting-edge science to the Australian market! Our natural technologies amplify crop quality and yield while supporting soil health and agriculture sustainability.” – Rob Williams
Growcentia was founded by a team of three Colorado State University soil microbiologists with PhD degrees that share a passion for enhancing soil health and promoting sustainable agriculture. Using innovative proprietary technology, this team developed an approach to identify and apply nature’s very best microbes to improve nutrient availability to plants. Growcentia aims to help growers and farmers maximize the health of their soils or growth media to enhance plant health, quality, and yields while minimizing environmental impacts of agriculture.