Grow-Tech manufactures rooting substrates and systems for the professional grower.
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Edwin Dijkshoorn has been CEO of Grow-Tech since 2009 and holds a business degree from Tinbergen College in the Netherlands. Edwin has been working in the horticultural industry since his first summer job in a greenhouse as a teenager.
Scott Kennedy started what is now Grow-Tech in 1978 as a division of another company he founded, Rynel. Scott is responsible for the research and development of new products and has an educational background in machine design, planning, advanced machining, metallurgy, and tool and die science.
James Chittum has been at Grow-Tech since 2006 and serves as the Director of Business Development. James holds a Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Rhode Island.
Eric Waterman has been with Grow-Tech since 2012. Before joining the Grow-Tech team, Eric worked in sales for Maine Cedar Log Homes and Hancock Lumber. Eric holds a degree in Landscape Horticulture from the University of Maine.
Siebe Streekstra started with Grow-Tech in 2014 and holds degrees in both horticulture and mechanical engineering. Before joining Grow-Tech, Siebe worked as a marketing consultant to the horticulture industry.
Tracy Weber has been with Grow-Tech since 2013. She wears many hats in the organization including the provision of technical support to growers, product regulatory compliance, marketing and educational outreach. Tracy has a B.S. in Horticulture/Agronomy from the University of New Hampshire and an M.S. in Literacy Education from the University of Southern Maine.