As one of the most reputable flower companies in Colorado, Campbell’s Flowers
opened its facility to a research study conducted by HyFrontier Technologies, a subsidiary of Golden Triangle Ventures, as they tested the effects of their new HyGrO hydrogen water technology on cut flowers. HyGrO hydrogen water technology adds a hydrogen molecule to water in order to extend the longevity of freshly cut blooms.
Taking place in the greenhouses of Campbell’s Flowers, the 21-day preliminary study tested the vase life of stock roses, gladiolas, and carnations in a way that was close to daily operations and easy to monitor. As the study concluded, results supported the hypothesis
that HyGrO’s technology is a successful way to increase a flower’s shelf-life and reduce its bloom rate. In addition, this new patent-pending technology may also have the ability to reduce waste throughout the floral industry.
While further testing continues to be conducted with Campbell’s Flowers, approximately 100 ornamental sets have already been studied and examined. The goal of this ongoing research is for standardized results for each flower type to be obtained while proving the benefits of HyGrO. Ultimately, this technology will allow consumers to enjoy longer-lasting and fresher blooms in their homes.
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