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.
February 15, 2017
New Greenhouse Cooling System in Development for Hot-Climate Regions
Researchers at McGill University in Quebec have developed an alternative evaporative cooling solution for greenhouses in warm climates, and are now seeking commercial partners.
February 13, 2017
How to Find a Greenhouse Transplanter for Every Grower’s Budget
Equipment manufacturers have recognized a void in the market for machinery that appeals to growers of all sizes and budgets. Here are some affordable options to consider investing in to improve your operation’s efficiency.
February 8, 2017
Emerald Coast Growers Adds New Seed House to Increase Production Efficiency
The new facility is designed to increase the company’s control over inventory, sowing rates, germination percentages, and growing conditions.
February 4, 2017
Getting to the Next Generation of Greenhouse Automation
The most successful growers in the future will be those that are willing to accept and invest in new technology.
February 2, 2017
The Latest Updates in Greenhouse Environmental Controls
Constant monitoring of your greenhouse climate is critical, especially when you can’t be there in person. Here’s a look at what manufacturers have developed to make this process more efficient and effective.
January 27, 2017
Why Botany Lane Grows Poinsettias On Capillary Mats
A move to watering mats cut water and fertilizer use, production time, and labor for this Colorado-based grower.