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Leen van Velden about the Priva Compass

Priva has developed a new sustainable process computer for precise crop control. With Priva Compass, the crop is on the steering wheel for controlling irrigation, climate, light and CO2. Flower grower Van Velden shares his experiences.

  • The Netherlands

  • Chrysanthemum & ranunculus

  • Greenhouse

  • Optimal control of processes

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I'm generally a late adopter when it comes to new things, especially when it comes to automation. But this computer felt good, right from the start.

Grower Leen van Velden, The Netherlands

In all honesty he says: "I realize a grower has to have a climate computer, but I mostly see it as a necessary evil.” Leen van Velden from ’s-Gravenzande (NL) grows a variety of seasonal flowers, ranging from dis-budded chrysanthemums to ranunculus. To precisely control the climate and water dosage in the four sections of his specialized horticultural company, he has been using the Priva Compass since March 2017. “A user-friendly computer that fits my business perfectly.”

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