Current Culture H2O® is located in the heart of California’s San Joaquin Valley, arguably the most productive agricultural land on the planet. Our region is renowned for its cutting edge agriculture and the utilization of technology to get the most out of what Mother Nature has to offer. Thanks in part to our proximity to modern farming practices; we’ve been afforded an exceptional view into the inner workings of what makes California a world leader in food and fiber production. It’s this unique insight that has led us to create innovative cultivation methods such as the Under Current® Water Culture System and our proven Cultured Solutions® Premium Plant Nutrients.

Our innovative hydroponics systems and nutrients are used in a wide variety of modern agricultural applications throughout the world in both greenhouses and in Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) under supplemental lighting. Established in 2004, CCH2O has quickly become one of the most trusted names in the hydroponics industry, providing expert customer service and consultation to some of the largest and most experienced growers. Cultured Solutions® hydroponic systems and premium plant nutrients are available across the globe through our expanding network of CCH2O Authorized Dealers.

Current Culture H2O Facility


Our team at CCH2O is a diverse group of gardeners, artists, musicians, creators, inventors and innovators. We are proud to be a California company and we take a great deal of pride in the products we produce.

Daniel Wilson

President & Founder

Christian Long

Senior Vice President / Partner

Cheryl Wilson


Frank Giordano

VP of Operations

Nate Ferverda

VP of Sales

Simon Tyrcha

VP of Production

Valerie Penuna

Logistics Manager

TC Lindeman

Sales Team

Jason Dalldorf

Production Team

Joe Santana

Production Team

Jorge Garcia

Production Team

Cliff Herzer

Production Team

Anthony Bulcao

Production Team

Danny Cardenas

Production Team

Sean Ward

Production Team

Margarita Garcia

Production Team

Maxwell Long

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