March 26, 2017
Feeding System Allows For More Precise Delivery of Nutrients in Greenhouses
Argus Controls’ Multi-Feed RM100 is designed to help producers custom-feed their plants based on specific nutrient recipes.
March 24, 2017
New Greenhouse Structure Models Emphasize Crop Protection, Energy Efficiency
Manufacturers of new structure models say they are responding to grower concerns with designs that focus on ventilation, maximizing your space, and incorporating a wide range of crops. Here’s a look at some of their latest offerings.
March 22, 2017
An Inside Look at Emerald Coast Growers’ New Seed House
Florida-based liner producer Emerald Coast Growers custom retrofitted and expanded an existing greenhouse, with the goal of increasing production efficiency.
March 21, 2017
Lemnis Oreon, EnviroTech Cultivation Solutions to Partner on LED Distribution
EnviroTech’s expertise in energy and water technology fits perfectly with the water-cooling solution of Oreon Grow Lights, according to the companies.
March 18, 2017
Brian Munchel of Ludy Greenhouse Manufacturing Dies at 48
Munchel, a long-time member of the National Greenhouse Manufacturing Association, worked at Ludy Greenhouse Manufacturing for more than 30 years and was a computer-aided draftsman.
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.
March 15, 2017
How Tech Suppliers Are Helping Growers Find Solutions
Greenhouse structures and components manufacturers highlight some of their most recent projects.
March 14, 2017
Researchers Examine Efficacy of Direct-Fired Greenhouse Heaters
A team of researchers at The Ohio State University is examining the efficiency of direct-fired heating systems in comparison to ventilation costs.
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.
February 21, 2017
Learn How Drones Could Eventually Replace Bees in Pollinating Crops
Researchers in Japan are using the principle of cross-pollination in bees to make a drone that could potentially transport pollen between flowers.