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New technology is growing by leaps and bounds to move more food crop production chores under cover.
Over the past year, the Resource Innovation Institute has been actively sharing free best practices with a diverse range of controlled-environment growers.
The Vineland Research and Innovation Centre has received a new Cannabis Research License that allows it to conduct research, analysis, and trials in a number of disciplines.
The greenhouse fresh-produce market, industry insiders say, is well-poised for continued growth as a key player in the overall supply chain.
Sym-Agro, a California-based crop protection company, has announced an exclusive distribution agreement with Asfertglobal, a leader in the production of biostimulants and biocontrol solutions.
Despite the growing use of biological products among greenhouse operations, there are still some challenges growers face.
The growing media industry may be strained right now, but it remains strong, dedicated, innovative, and resilient.
The most successful cultivation teams strictly follow their production plans, and only under certain circumstances do they modify them.
High costs currently limit large-scale operations, but new technologies could help make the approach more popular.
TSRgrow, a horticulture solutions provider for the controlled-environment industry, launched a new podcast earlier this year that focuses on energy savings, sustainability, and more.