Saturday, 14 August 2021, 10:00 AM
Ever wanted to grow your own hydroponic vegetables but don't know where to start? We make it simple - all you need is 3 minutes a day, and harvest after 3 weeks. Yes, it's possible!
In our online webinar, we will teach you all you need to know to start growing. All you need is a little guidance.
After the class, you'll get an RM10 voucher for in-store purchases! **
We'll answer the following:
- What is the difference between organic and hydroponic vegetables?
- What is food security and food safety?
- How do I get started on growing vegetables?
- With more than 18 years in doing commercial farming, we'll help you achieve success in your growing journey.
Andy Ng, aka. Uncle Andy is also known as the "lettuce king" of Asia with more than 18 years in hydroponic vegetable growing. As Managing Director of Excel Group of Companies, Andy is the exclusive (seed and equipment) distributor for Rijk Zwaan (Netherlands), BVB, Seninis, Nong Woo, Monsato, Natafim, Irritec and Ginegar Plastic. His signature tour in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia, attracts distributors and growers from around the world for the latest products suitable for hydroponic growing. Andy specialises in soilless crop cultivation and high-tech irrigation systems in open-field crops.
Henry Tan (PhD.) is concerned about the excessive use of pesticides in food safety and food security. Henry has worked with multi-national companies such as Applied Biosystems, GE Healthcare, Sigma-Aldrich, Waters Analytical Instruments and Thermo Fisher Scientific. In his career, he has witnessed alarming results from food safety testing labs in Asia. As such he is an active promoter of using technology to produce your own home-grown vegetables.
Marcus Tan is the Managing Director of Conspec Group of Companies, an award-winning Landscape Design and Construction group. Having twice survived cancer, Marcus believes that his morning and evening smoothie of fresh vegetables with fruit has greatly improved his health. Marcus wants to spread the word that fitness and good health is our most important asset. Maybe he'll share some recipes to blend vegetables!
**For those unable to redeem your RM10 voucher, we'll donate RM10 worth of vegetables to The Assembly Soup Kitchen (TASK), feeding the less fortunate in the Klang Valley.