Revolutionizing Agriculture: AvocadoCoin partners with Oaxaca-based avocado association AVODELI for Agro 5.0 and Blockchain Tech.

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GreenCrypto Corporation and its subsidiary project, the GreenGold Project, announced today that it had closed a deal with AVODELI, an avocado growers association, to start planting avocados on a massive scale in Oaxaca, Mexico. It marks the beginning of the operational phase of the AvocadoCoin and GreenGold project, which aims to revolutionize agriculture on a global level starting in Mexico.

The project will begin with a single hectare, strategically located near the Oaxaca International Airport to allow for easy access for national and international journalists and investors to see the workings of the latest technologies in agriculture such as Agro 5.0, IoT, Blockchain and Quantum Dots, as well as the innovative use of water resources, organic pesticides, natural bio-stimulants, and subsoil drip irrigation with waste reuse through induced drainage.

It is just the beginning, as the project plans to expand to 40 hectares in the first year and then continue to grow across Mexico and eventually the world.

“We are excited to announce this partnership with AVODELI, as it marks a significant milestone for the AvocadoCoin and GreenGold project. We have been working hard for the past 8 months to make this a reality and are thrilled to finally see it come to fruition,” said Gonzalo Araujo, CEO of GreenCrypto Corporation and the GreenGold Project.

“Not only does this bring sustainable products like fresh avocados and avocado-based cosmetics, oils, teas, and more to the market, but it also plays a crucial role in eradicating hunger and increasing food production. We are proud to be at the forefront of this innovative and impactful project,” He added.

The AvocadoCoin project, led by its CEO, aims to promote sustainable agriculture practices and contribute to the global fight against climate change.

The project will take advantage of the latest technologies in agriculture, such as Agro 5.0 and IoT, to optimize production, improve efficiency and reduce costs. Quantum Dots technology will be used to monitor and control the growth of avocados, providing real-time information on the state of the plant and the environment. The use of organic pesticides and natural bio-stimulants will help to reduce the environmental impact of the project.

Using subsoil drip irrigation with waste reuse through induced drainage will also help reduce water consumption and increase the use of recycled water. It will not only help bring sustainable products like fresh avocados and avocado-based cosmetics, oils, teas, and more to the market, but it also plays a crucial role in eradicating hunger and increasing food production.

AVODELI’s CEO, Osvaldo Vasquez Julian, commented on the partnership: “We are excited to join forces with the AvocadoCoin and GreenGold project. Their innovative approach to agriculture aligns with our mission to promote sustainable and efficient farming practices, and we look forward to seeing the positive impact it will have on our communities and the environment.”

This initiative is a great step for the AvocadoCoin and GreenGold project and represents a significant step towards a more sustainable future for the agricultural industry and the world. The team is excited to continue working towards improving smallholder farmers’ livelihoods while promoting conservation and sustainable use of natural resources.

Visit the official AvocadoCoin website: http://www.avocadocoin.com/.

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