AIRING IT OUT -- INDOOR AG-CONVERSATIONS WEBINAR FOCUSES ON CREATING A CLEAN PRODUCTION ROOM ENVIRONMENT

Indoor Ag-Con, LLC, announces its March 2021 "Indoor Ag-Conversations" webinar program. "Airing It Out: Creating A Clean Production Room Environment" will be held Wednesday, March 24, 2021 from 2-3 pm EDT.

Indoor Ag-Con, LLC, announces its March 2021 "Indoor Ag-Conversations" webinar program. "Airing It Out: Creating A Clean Production Room Environment" will be held Wednesday, March 24, 2021 from 2-3 pm EDT.


Moderated by Dr. Nadia Sabeh, PhD, President | Founder, Doctor Greenhouse, the webinar panel will include:

--Trent Thiel, Industrial Molecular Filtration Product Manager for North and South America, Camfil Americas
--Jeremy Shechter, Director of Cultivation, Buckeye Relief
--Brian Anderson, Principal and Co-Founder, Anderson Porter Design

With a focus on creating a healthy environment for plants AND people, the expert panel will discuss air filtration; sanitation best practices; Covid safey and more.

Admission is free and participants can learn more and register at www.indoor.ag/webinar.

ABOUT INDOOR AG-CON
Founded in 2013, Indoor Ag-Con has emerged as the premier trade event for vertical farming | indoor agriculture, the practice of growing crops in indoor systems, using hydroponic, aquaponic and aeroponic techniques. Its events are crop-agnostic and touch all sectors of the business, covering produce, legal cannabis |hemp, alternate protein and non-food crops. In December 2018, three event industry professionals - Nancy Hallberg, Kris Sieradzki and Brian Sullivan - acquired Indoor Ag-Con LLC , so setting the stage for further expansion of the events globally. More information: https://indoor.ag

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