Horticulture Lighting News

  • BioLargo`s Odor-no-more enters cannabis and hemp odor control industry with experienced distribution partner through white label agreement

    BioLargo, Inc. (OTCQB: BLGO), developer of sustainable products and technologies and a full-service environmental engineering company, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Odor-No-More, Inc. had entered into a five-year white label distribution agreement to supply odor and VOC control products to the cannabis ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • The Role of LEDS in Speed Breeding

    Some of the most important crops for feeding the ever-increasing global population include wheat and barley. In order to meet the future demand, scientists have a task of finding ways to improve efficiencies in breeding these and other, similar plant species. Typically, more than 10 years  are needed to develop novel cultivars with an advanced agronomic performance.  On one hand it is ...


    By Valoya Oy

  • Turakkalan Puutarha

    Turakkalan puutarha has specialized in growing wide range of herbs. Due to special varieties, growing requires constant development of growing environment. This summer the rosemary house was fully renovated. Rooftop materials were renewed, air circulation improved and LED lightig added to produce ideal DLI for rosemary ...


    By Netled Oy

  • Kulmalan Puutarha

    Kulmalan puutarha invested in Netled´s hybrid lighting solution at the end of the year 2016 for organic basil production.   Finnish professional greenhouse Kulmalan puutarha has long experience in producing organic sallads, herbs, tomato and cucumber. ...


    By Netled Oy

  • Valoya Launches a Line of LED Grow Lights for Greenhouses

    The BL-Series are sturdy yet lightweight LED bars optimized for greenhouse cultivation of a wide variety of plants. This new series combines the features of Valoya’s recently launched BX-Series, with the chainability feature. Up to 16 luminaires can be daisy chained together with a single mains input making the installation simpler and removing excessive cables. Additionally, the LED driver ...


    By Valoya Oy

  • Is Vertical Farming Here to Stay?

    Farmers growing vertically, in a warehouse, say they can grow 100 times more greens per square foot than traditional farms. Videos and articles are popping up everywhere about new vertical farms opening. An article from Business Insider features a new farm called ...


    By Dosatron International Inc.

  • NDVI and Your Farm: Understanding NDVI for Plant Health Insights

    NDVI and Your Farm: Understanding NDVI for Plant Health Understanding your crops’ health status isn’t the easiest thing to do. Sure, you can use the “eye test”, and a number of foliar contact and direct measurement techniques. But, what if there was an easy, fast and efficient way to see the health of plants and their status and progress over time? That’s ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Finalists Announced for the World Agri-Tech Demo Day

    Rethink Events, hosts of San Francisco’s upcoming World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit, together with Royse AgTech Innovation Network, are delighted to announce the twelve companies selected to pitch their ag and food-tech solutions to local VCs at the newly launched “World Agri-Tech Demo Day”. The Demo Day, taking place on March 27, offers an opportunity to very early-stage, ...


    By Rethink Events Ltd.

  • What is NDVI?

    What is NDVI? For more than 40 years agronomists and scientists have used Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) to assess the health of crops and plants. But what is NDVI? And how do you know you’re getting the real deal? How does NDVI relate to crop health? NDVI was created when scientists learned that a plant’s unique reflection of a ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Penton’s IoT Emerge Offers a Window into the Future of the Internet of Things – Stimulating Market Momentum for the Industrial IoT and Smart Cities

    Penton‘s IoT Emerge, a new event produced by IoT Institute that targets the opportunities and challenges posed by IoT devices, platforms and services, provided attendees with a window into the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) on its opening day today. The event focuses on Industrial IoT, IoT Engineering, Smart Buildings & Energy, IoT Security and Women in IoT. It ...


    By Informa PLC

  • Research and Commercialization Unite at the New Vineland Greenhouse Technology Centre

    The new, pre-scale commercial greenhouse facility at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre in Vineland Station, ON, will help accelerate the commercialization of innovative technologies and products coming out of research.  Located in Canada’s Niagara region, the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre is dedicated to horticultural science and innovation. The 100-year-old research ...

  • Love a lush, green lawn?

    A lush green lawn is lovely to look at, but too much of a good thing can be bad. Often, that beautiful lawn is the result of regular fertilizing. An abundance of nitrogen and other nutrients in natural waterways can cause trouble for aquatic plant and animal life. High levels of nitrogen and phosphorus can cause an overgrowth of algae in the water, which then blocks light from getting to native ...


    By Eco Partners, Inc.

  • 10% more light in a new greenhouse concept: the Winterlight Greenhouse

    The Winterlight Greenhouse is a new greenhouse concept which gains 10% more light in winter and is currently under construction at Wageningen UR Greenhouse Horticulture in Bleiswijk. The Winterlight Greenhouse has a new type of screen system: Ludvig Svensson high transmittance screen and specially developed diffusing glass. Together with optimization of the construction, more than 10% light gain ...

  • Valoya’s C-series LED grow light now certified for USA and Canada

    Valoya’s C90 of the C-series LED lights is now cETLus-certified. This means that it has passed all tests required for standards in US and Canada. The C90 now meets the growing demand from professional North American growers for vertical farming applications and for use in tissue culture and other multilayer growing applications. The dimmable, passively cooled, C-series has gained ...


    By Valoya Oy

  • Weather Fluctuations Impact Soybeans Less Than Other Field Crops

    From freezing temperatures and snow flurries to sunny, 80-degree days in a span of a week — if this type of strange weather continues, growers across Ohio want to know, will this have a negative impact on soybean crops? Not really, according to a field crops expert in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.   Laura Lindsey, a soybean ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Valoya expands its selection of professional LED grow lights

    The Valoya C-series is complemented with the C75 DIM, a 1475 mm (5 feet) model in addition to the previously launched 1200 and 1800 mm models (4 and 6 feet). C-series fixtures are ideal for growth rooms and chambers, vertical farms and other demanding applications, where high IP rating and high light intensity is needed. The ultra slim design of C-series allows installation in a limited space and ...


    By Valoya Oy

  • My First Webinar on Horticulture Lighting – Special Preview

    This Thursday I’m giving my first webinar to a group of outstanding, motivated, compassionate individuals from around the world. The audience will be teams of college students preparing plans for vertical farming systems in their regions –to provide safe, reliable food sources while meeting the challenges of energy and environmental ...


    By Illumitex

  • Illumitex Scores big at Indoor AgCon in Las Vegas

    It might come to some peoples’ surprise that in the “City that Never Sleeps,” lies one of the largest growing indoor agricultural trade shows in the United States. Just last week Illumitex was one of the many to participate in the 4th Annual Indoor AgCon, held in Las Vegas, Nevada. This two-day event brought together some of the biggest industry leaders ...


    By Illumitex

  • GM crops can thrive as climate warms

    Genetically engineering photosynthesis in plants could take advantage of rising global temperatures and increased levels of carbon dioxide, US scientists say. They believe this could achieve much higher yields on the same amount of land and help to stave off the prospect of widespread hunger as human populations increase. Researchers at ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Illumitex Expands to Vertical Farms Across the Globe

    Illumitex is expanding its LED lighting services to six international countries in the vertical farming industry. Among the international vertical farms Illumitex is currently working with are Remy located in Israel, Asahi Techno in Japan, Agricool in France and aquaponic startups in Norway and Italy. Illumitex’s involvement with the Association for Vertical Farming, educational ...


    By Illumitex

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