October 30, 2017
Solving Greenhouse Lighting Issues With New Research and Innovation
Changing out your lighting system isn’t quite as easy as replacing a light bulb, but you’ll find the process a lot smoother with this advice from lighting manufacturers and researchers.
February 3, 2018
How to Measure Greenhouse Light With Quantum Meters
In part three of this five-part series about the tools you need to keep track of your greenhouse environment, learn how to effectively use quantum sensors to monitor how much light your plants need for optimal growth.
January 29, 2018
Philips Lighting Debuts New Custom Lighting Program at IPM Essen
Philips Lighting’s new GrowWise Control System gives growers and researchers more flexibility and control for LED cultivation.
January 20, 2018
New Tech Could Lead to More Efficient Use of Light in the Greenhouse
Working with a $2.45 million USDA grant, a team of University of Colorado Boulder researchers are developing a scalable, cost-effective new greenhouse material.
September 10, 2017
Supplemental Greenhouse Lighting to Produce Seedlings: LED or HPS?
Researchers at Michigan State University see if the results from producing high-quality seedlings with LEDs justify the high capital outlay for installation.
August 19, 2017
New Lighting Guide for Vine Crop Growers Now Available
The new guide from LumiGrow is intended to help greenhouse tomato, cucumber, and pepper growers use LED lighting more effectively to maximize profits, boost yields, and increase crop quality.
August 9, 2017
Lighting Technology Under the Microscope at Production Technology Conference
Here’s a sneak preview of three lighting trends that will be discussed by Erik Runkle at the Production Technology Conference.
August 7, 2017
Philips Lighting Signs Partnership Agreement With BWI Grower Technical Sales at Cultivate’17
BWI Grower Technical Sales can now offer its customers a more extensive package of LED solutions, thanks to a new partnership with Philips LIghting that will help bring Philips Horticulture LEDs to greenhouse growers more efficiently.
August 2, 2017
Four Must-See Lighting Sessions for the Production Technology Conference
Educational lighting sessions at the technology conference and tradeshow offer something for everyone, from the novice grower to the seasoned professional.
July 11, 2017
Your Chance to Win a Free Copy of “Light Management in Controlled Environments” at Cultivate’17
Each day during Cultivate’17, the Greenhouse Grower/Meister Media Worldwide booth will be giving away one copy of “Light Management in Controlled Environments,” a resource that brings together the latest findings from scientific studies geared toward advancing the science and application of lighting for specialty crop production.
May 2, 2017
Michigan State Offering Summer Courses on Biocontrols and Greenhouse Lighting
Registration for the courses, which take place online and provide detailed information on biocontrols and lighting in the greenhouse, is now open.
April 24, 2017
“Light Management in Controlled Environments” Now Available on Amazon
An expanded update to “Lighting Up Profits,” this new lighting book unlocks the secrets of managing light to enhance greenhouse crop production.
April 17, 2017
LumiGrow’s Latest Lighting Research Highlighted in Grower Event, Upcoming Webinar
Industry leaders representing a broad range of vegetable, floriculture, and cannabis producers gathered to learn how to implement modern lighting strategies for their own production.
March 17, 2017
Consider Evaluating the Benefits of LED Lighting for Your Crops
Despite the potentially high installation cost of LED lighting, several advantages mean it’s worth considering. Collecting information and conducting small-scale trials can help you make LED lighting profitable at your operation.
February 28, 2017
Highlights From the First-Ever LED Lighting Research Summit
Leading horticulture researchers explored new innovations in emerging agriculture when Colorado State University and Philips Lighting convened an inaugural Research Summit on LED lighting in horticulture.