Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Dizengoff Focuses on Greenhouse Technology Investors to Aid Agriculture

Antti Ritvonen, at a media parley on agric investment in Lagos disclosed that Greenhouse technology is an investment option with juicy returns on investment for investors within a short time.

Antti Ritvonen, Chief Executive Officer, Dizengoff Nigeria, at a media parley on agric investment in Lagos disclosed that Greenhouse technology is an investment option with juicy returns on investment for investors within a short time.

He said “This is a technology that delivers a unique farming technique to enable increased high quality production all year round. For investors, with proper management what will yield within a short time is a very attractive return on investment that is difficult to get elsewhere.”

While speaking, details about the innovative greenhouse technology developed by the company known as ‘Dizengoff Farmer’s Kit’ (DFK) was outlined. He said “It is a managed all year round farming technique that is very suitable for investors and professionals who are not necessarily farmers.”

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Away from the traditional method of open farming, the technology is totally a different one. He stated that the technology is being pioneered by Dizengoff in Nigeria because of its firm belief in its ability to speedily expand agricultural production in the country promptly.

“With increased interest in agriculture across all strata of the economy and the adoption of this technology, we will be able to get more people involved to rapidly expand production within a short time”.

According to Humphrey Otalor, Dizengoff Marketing Communications Manager, promotional schemes by the company has commenced and it is geared towards making the Dizengoff Farmer’s Kit very affordable for interested investors.

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