The new guide from LumiGrow is intended to help greenhouse tomato, cucumber, and pepper growers use LED lighting more effectively to maximize profits, boost yields, and increase crop quality.
Delta-T’s multi-parameter WET Sensor has been used by Chinese astronauts aboard the Tiangong-2 Space Lab to cultivate lettuce plants within the weightless atmosphere.
This year’s Canadian Greenhouse Conference kicks off on October 4, and there is no shortage of presentations devoted to how growers can implement new technology in their greenhouses.
The Auburn, AL-based Top 100 Grower operation is improving its production infrastructure so it can continue to efficiently produce quality plants and keep up with demand.
HOVE bench systems from HOVE International can accommodate multiple levels while allowing for run-off water collection.
The wrong environmental conditions in your greenhouse can potentially lead to significant crop loss. Here’s how sensor technology manufacturers are helping you safeguard your greenhouse.
Here’s a sneak preview of three lighting trends that will be discussed by Erik Runkle at the Production Technology Conference.
BWI Grower Technical Sales can now offer its customers a more extensive package of LED solutions, thanks to a new partnership with Philips LIghting that will help bring Philips Horticulture LEDs to greenhouse growers more efficiently.
Educational lighting sessions at the technology conference and tradeshow offer something for everyone, from the novice grower to the seasoned professional.
New developments in heating/cooling technology and greenhouse screening can provide long-term efficiency in your greenhouse environment.
The boom system in place at Delaware, OH-based Foertmeyer & Sons, developed by Damatex Control Systems, provides more flexibility in growing and irrigating several crops in one area.
A diverse group of growers and researchers will highlight new trends in heating and cooling, irrigation, drones, and more.
During the National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association’s Spring Meeting, MedMen’s Damian Solomon provided an update on the transition from low-tech cultivation to more advanced indoor production.