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commercial horticultural lighting equipment

  • Commercial Horticultural Lighting

    Commercial horticultural lighting falls into two types: replacement lighting and supplementary lighting. Replacement lighting generally ‘replaces’ natural sun light with artificial sources of light and is normally used in a growroom or research facility where total control is necessary. However, for the purpose of this, the focus will ...

    By Commercial Hydroponics based in UNITED KINGDOM. from Commercial Horticultural Lighting Product line

  • Model SPYDRx - Stage Top Lighting

    SPYDRx is an early-development stage top-lighting solution for commercial horticulture cultivation, or a full-cycle top-lighting solution for home hobbyists cultivating without CO2 supplementation at ambient conditions around 400 ppm.

    By Fluence Bioengineering, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Stage Top Lighting Product line

  • Model SPYDRx Plus - Full Cycle Top Lighting

    SPYDRx PLUS is a full-cycle top-lighting solution for commercial horticulture cultivation, with the power to scale from vegetative growth to bloom. For optimal results, we recommend SPYDRx PLUS deployed in environments with CO2 supplementation between 800-1400 ppm in reproductive growth stage due to high PPFD levels.

    By Fluence Bioengineering, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Full Cycle Top Lighting Product line

  • Sprout Sprayer

    The production of sprouts under controlled conditions of exposure of seeds on artificial soil is a commonly used technology in the field of agricultural research and development of products for crop protection. Sprouts grown on aritificial soil are also frequently used for commercial production of vegetabels and horticulture. Controlled ...

    By Pequitec MSR Systeme based in Rothrist, SWITZERLAND. from Sprout Sprayer Product line

  • Segra - Micropropagation Cannabis

    Tissue culture (“TC”) is a process that involves exposing plant tissue to a specific regimen of nutrients, hormones, and lights under sterile, in vitro conditions to produce many new plants, each a clone of the original mother plant, over a very short period of time. The technique has been commercialized for more than four decades and ...

    By Segra International Corp. based in Richmond, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

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