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There are three characteristics of light growers should consider when designing the ideal light environment: light quality, light quantity, and light duration.
The LumiGrow SporeCam sensors, powered by Scanit Technologies, can capture, inspect, and classify harmful airborne spores for diseases such as powdery mildew and botrytis.
The DesignLights Consortium is increasing its focus on cannabis and indoor farming and wants your input on proposed standards.
LED lighting manufacturers are deploying a variety of standards and selling points aimed at setting their lights apart from the pack.
The new production line is designed to significantly reduce delivery times for growers in the U.S. and Canada.
Utilities will be able to use the new standard to set energy efficiency incentives that lower the cost of qualified lighting products for growers.
While greenhouse growers are starting to understand the yield, uniformity, and quality benefits of broad-spectrum lighting, they still face challenges in technology adoption. Fortunately, manufacturers have been quick to respond.
Third-party testing of new lighting fixtures and systems is critical in determining their efficiency. Here’s how this testing can ultimately benefit you.
Cost, uncertainty, and a fear of the unknown are just some of the reasons growers are reluctant to switch to LEDs. However, there may be a change in thinking on the horizon.
The Greenhouse Lighting and Systems Engineering (GLASE) consortium is designed to bring growers, researchers, suppliers, and other stakeholders together to create a hub for new technology development and implementation.
With help from a lighting supplier, University of Florida researchers are exploring how the photosynthetic spectrum relates to an often overlooked element of cultivation: water-use efficiency.
Signify recently introduced the concept for its new LED toplighting compact system, which allows growers to switch lighting systems using existing infrastructure.