Growers Supply Workshop

April 1, 2016

Growers Supply Hosting Two Workshops On Controlled Environment Production

The April and May workshops will cover the latest trends in new and innovative growing techniques, such as hydroponics, aquaponics, and microgreen production.

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Philips LED Lunar Greenhouse

March 29, 2016

Philips Lighting And University Of Arizona Study Shows LED Systems Ideal For Growing Food In Space

A collaboration between Philips And The University of Arizona found that using energy-efficient LED lighting in a prototype lunar greenhouse resulted in an increased amount of high-quality edible lettuce while dramatically improving operational efficiency and use of resources.

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MSU Calibrating Your EC Meter

March 26, 2016

How (And Why) You Should Calibrate pH And Electrical Conductivity (EC) At Your Greenhouse

The pH and electrical conductivity (EC) measurements are only as good as the calibration of your meter. Calibrate your meters now to prevent mistakes in your production planning.

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Priva Tomato Deleafing Robot

March 22, 2016

Priva Developing Deleafing Robot For Tomatoes

The deleafing robot, which is designed to mimic the performance of a human while being economically viable, will be tested and evaluated by Dutch growers later this year.

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NGMA Spring meeting 2016

March 16, 2016

NGMA Spring Meeting Agenda Features Focus On Cannabis, Aquaponics, And More

Register now for the National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association’s Spring Meeting, which takes place April 10-12 in Tucson, AZ.

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March 16, 2016

Emerald Coast Growers Expanding Its Greenhouse Production Capacity

The new gutter-connected double-poly range is 36,864 square feet, bringing Emerald Coast Growers’ total growing area under cover to more than 500,000 square feet.

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Priva Svensson Climate Seminar

March 15, 2016

Canadian Greenhouse Growers Discuss Climate Management Tips At Seminar

Co-hosted by Priva North America and Svensson, the Sustainable Climate Management seminar attracted more than 60 growers to Leamington, where they learned about climate management innovations and strategies.

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Caroline Nordahl Wells, Heliospectra

March 1, 2016

New Sales VP At Heliospectra Looks Forward To Helping Growers Improve Light Management In The Greenhouse

Caroline Nordahl Wells was the co-founder of LumiGrow, and in her new role with Heliospectra, she will talk candidly with growers about what they want to achieve with lighting.

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February 23, 2016

How Light Diffusion Works In The Greenhouse

Ken Aguilar of SolaWrap Films shares how light diffusion technology offers many benefits for greenhouse crops.

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February 22, 2016

Why Automate Your Greenhouse?

Automating your greenhouse operation can mean a number of different investments, but the end goal is always to improve efficiency and make everyone’s job easier.

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February 22, 2016

New Greenhouse Transplanters Offering More Versatility

New transplanters on the market offer flexibility in speed, plug tray compatibility, and functionality.

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February 20, 2016

Hydrogel Technology Means Growers And Their Customers Can Water Plants Less

Water and nutrient management are critical elements for quality plant production in the greenhouse. Maintaining the right amounts of available moisture and fertilizer at all times can be pretty labor intensive, but there are tools available to help you keep these inputs at optimum levels as efficiently as possible. Recently, we visited Evonik Industries’ North Carolina production plant for to see how one of these products — Stockosorb — is made, how it works, and learn the benefits of incorporating these tools in your own operation. Learn more about Evonik Industries’ Stockosorb hydrogel product on the Stockosorb website.  

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