A new piece of free software helps greenhouse growers estimate the effects of changing air temperatures on flowering time for crops.
The advent of high output, low power, more affordable LED modules configured at specific wavelengths is revolutionizing the horticulture sector.
Nano Labs Corp. has introduced automated technology to control the dynamics of carbon dioxide in the greenhouse.
People throughout the United Kingdom could soon be chowing down on fruits and veggies grown in greenhouses the size of skyscrapers.
A new ion water filtration system could eliminate one greenhouse tomato grower’s need to run a water pasteurization system in his hydroponic operation.
A compact ventilation concept resulted in 12 per cent energy savings and improved growing conditions in a semi-closed Belgian greenhouse, according to a new study.
Grow pipes – small diameter heating tubes that run through the crop canopy and can be adjusted as the crop grows taller – are becoming an increasingly popular energy optimization system for vegetable growers in Canada.
A new intelligent illumination system for agricultural greenhouses is designed to work with commercial LEDs to reduce energy consumption and improve processes contributing to plant growth.
A research facility for LED lighting in the United Kingdom is at the forefront of innovation, testing the growth of plants under a variety of mobile lighting racks.
Turkish vegetable seed producer Hasel Tarim recently completed construction on a 7,200 square metre retractable roof A-Frame rafter greenhouse.
The Sahara Forest Project's seawater cooled pilot greenhouse project in Qatar has already yielded 23 tonnes of cucumbers in just two weeks.
An alumnus of Niagara College’s greenhouse technician program has been honoured with a Colleges Ontario Premier’s Award for his contributions to the industry.
The price tag attached to North Dakota State University’s $33 million research greenhouse complex may raise eyebrows, but this is no ordinary greenhouse.
A prototype solar thermal greenhouse could allow growers in cold climates to harness the power of the sun to produce fresh produce year-round.
A rooftop greenhouse in downtown Vancouver is testing a $2-million conveyor belt system designed to maximize the use of natural light in the production of leafy green vegetables and herbs.

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