CO2 GRO Inc. Announces Commissioning of Technology Trial at European Grower Operating 100 Million Square Feet of Grow Space

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TORONTO, ON/ACCESSWIRE/March 8, 2022/ CO2 GRO Inc. of Toronto (“BIG CO2″ or the “Company“) (TSXV:GROW)(OTCQB:BLONF)(FRA:4021) is pleased to announce the commissioning of a technology trial in the R&D greenhouse of an EU grower. The grower operates 100 million square feet of greenhouse growing space Announcement of the Technology Trial (formerly known as the Business Feasibility Study) with this customer was released on September 2, 2021.

Aaron Archibald, Vice President of Sales and Strategic Alliances, commented, “Given the size of the client’s commercial greenhouses of 100 million square feet and the importance of a successful technology trial, we asked the “one of our project management team to visit the customer in order to successfully commission the project. The technology trial will run for one year. We look forward to a positive outcome leading to a commercial technology purchase.”

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CO2 GRO’s proprietary CO2 Delivery Solutions™ technology is revolutionizing the estimated 800 billion square foot global protected producer market. This includes 600 billion square feet of fruits and vegetables (Cuesta Roble 2019), about 100 billion square feet of floriculture, and about 100 billion square feet of crops such as medicinal plants, citrus seedlings, and other varieties. non-food.

Devotion: CO2 GRO is dedicated to sustainably improving plant growth and productivity, while reducing our customers’ environmental footprint with a focus on people, planet and prosperity.

Our technology: CO2 Delivery Solutions™ creates dissolved CO2 solution that is sprayed on plants grown in greenhouses and protected grower facilities around the world, providing growers with multiple significant benefits.

Value proposition: Producers who cannot enrich their atmospheric installations with CO2 (gassing) can now achieve yield increases of up to 30% and up to a double gross profit, while suppressing the growth of micro-pathogens such as E.coli and powdery mildew leading to healthier crops. Greenhouses and indoor facilities that currently use CO2 gassing can save up to 90% on their CO2 consumption, thus reducing their production costs and their CO emissions2 enrichment broadcasts.

Patent protection: CO2 GRO’s CO2 Delivery Solutions™ technology is protected by a suite of patents and patents pending.

Business model: Our technology is sold to growers based on installed cultivation area at prices that provide a high return on investment and high margins for our shareholders.

Global expansion: CO2 GRO management is rapidly expanding its international marketing partnership relationships to Mexico, Spain, EU, UK, South Africa, Middle East, Southeast Asia and Latin America, as well as in the United States and Canada.

ESG: CO2 GRO is committed to adopting sound environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies and practices. We are an equal opportunity employer of choice.

Forward-looking statements

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