Brandi Cowen

Brandi Cowen

Friday, 31 May 2013
Culinary students at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology are getting a lesson in what fresh fruits, veggies and herbs look like before they make it into the kitchen, courtesy of a tiny high-tech greenhouse.
Thursday, 30 May 2013
An abundant supply of natural gas, combined with historically low prices, holds the key to a bright future for Canada - but only if challenges are overcome and opportunities seized.
Wednesday, 29 May 2013
Winners have been announced in the Big Green Greenhouse Design Competition, which challenged people from around the world to create a 3,000 square foot greenhouse meeting the Living Building Challenge guidelines.
Thursday, 23 May 2013
For Mucci Farms, the issues facing greenhouse growers are connected. Rising transportation costs, increasing competition and the need to more efficiently utilize resources can be addressed with a comprehensive marketing and sustainable growth plan.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
The future of vertical farming may lie not in soaring urban skyscrapers lit by the sun, but in large suburban warehouses awash in pink LED light , according to Purdue University's Cary Mitchell.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Syngenta’s new Advanced Crop Lab houses 30 climate-controlled growth environments in all-glass greenhouses and insulated glass walls that provide a nearly shadowless indoor environment.
Wednesday, 15 May 2013
PhotoFuel's P-Film greenhouse cover has growers thinking pink. The cover is designed to shift the wavelengths of light entering the greenhouse, giving plants more light from the portion of the spectrum they need to thrive.
Wednesday, 15 May 2013
Ontario farmers who don't have access to natural gas on the farm want the infrastructure in place to make it happen, according to a recent survey conducted by the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA).
Tuesday, 14 May 2013
When Barnes Greenhouses' vernalized perennials began displaying weak stems, extended internode length and lack of colour after transplant, the solution was straightforward: the plants needed more light.
Monday, 13 May 2013
A horseshoe-shaped region of active and dormant volcanoes stretching along the Pacific Ocean gives B.C. an abundance of geothermal energy that the province hasn't yet harnessed to its full potential, according to federal scientists and lobby groups.
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