April 30, 2014
Conviron Partners With Valoya To Extend LEDS Into New Markets
Canada-based Conviron and Valoya of Finland recently announced an agreement for the distribution and integration of Valoya LEDs into Conviron growth chambers and rooms. Conviron is now the exclusive distributor of Valoya's products to seed and biotech companies, government institutions and universities in North America, India, Australia and Brazil.
April 24, 2014
9 High Tunnel And Shade Products For Your Operation
Extend the growing season and enhance plant quality with these nine high tunnel and shade products.
March 21, 2014
Greenhouse Heating Basics From The National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association
Here's a Q&A from the National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association that might help you improve your greenhouse.
February 25, 2014
Behind The New Greenhouse Projects At Van de Wetering And Kurtz Farms
Read about the projects VB Greenhouses worked on at Van de Wetering Greenhouses and Kurtz Farms.
February 12, 2014
Diffuse Light Results In 25 Percent Growth Rate Increase, Wageningen UR Study Shows
Anthurium plants produced in light-diffused greenhouses equipped with Svensson’s Harmony screens were ready for sale at 16 weeks compared to the normal 22 weeks.
February 12, 2014
Illumitex’s NeoSol DS Grow Lights Are LEDs For Plant Propagation
Illumitex, Inc. has launched NeoSol DS, the newest member of its portfolio of NeoSol grow lights. The product was launched in response to the rapid emergence of new horticulture markets, including medicinal crops, vertical farms and research.
January 31, 2014
Maersk Container Industry And Primaira To Enter Fresh Cut Flower And Produce Transport Business
Eyeing new efficiencies in global fresh produce and fresh-cut flower transport, Maersk Container Industry (MCI) is now partnering with Boston-based technology company Primaira LLC to develop an air cleaning system in Star Cool Integrated refrigerated containers.
January 22, 2014
The Top 6 Reasons To Implement A Water Treatment Program For Irrigation Water
As the horticulture industry becomes more focused and attuned towards Best Management Practices, it has become all the more important for growers to take a good hard look at irrigation water quality. Water treatment strategies are more frequently involved today than ever before in Best Management Practices. Implementing a strategic water program can assist in growing healthier plants and lowering the overall cost of operation while abiding by Best Management Practices. Though there are multiple reasons and benefits why irrigation water treatment is important to a successful and responsible growing operation, there are key benefits to justify such a program. Depending on the requirements of a greenhouse/nursery, those reasons can vary in importance. Here are the top six reasons for implementation of a water treatment program, not in any relevant order. 1. Biofilm In Irrigation Lines Can Cause Nutritional Deficiency Biofilm is made up of various microbes both pathogenic and […]