Automation Generates Sustainable Efficiency At Green Circle Growers

Green Circle Growers in Oberlin, OH, is one of the largest greenhouse operations in the U.S., providing plants to stores such as The Home Depot, Giant Eagle, and Sam’s Club. The operation is No. 10 on Greenhouse Grower’s Top 100 Growers list, with more than 5 million square feet of environmentally controlled space. Green Circle Growers’ team is committed to efficient and sustainable production practices and utilizes the latest in automation and technology to achieve its aim of producing high quality product with no waste.

“We’re entering our 48th year and are still increasing the business,” says co-owner Jason vanWingerden. “This is a result of a long-term commitment from many of our staff members, as well as the vision my father set up for the company.”

Check out the photo gallery for an up-close look at automation at Green Circle Growers.


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