LED grow lights will be used for plant spectral research
Yesterday, Swedish horticultural lighting supplier Heliospectra announced that it has received an order from Rothamsted Research in the UK, which will be shipped in early 2020.
Dutch companies use LED lighting to grow vegetables and fruits
Developments in LED horticultural lighting continue to change our understanding of agriculture.
Nichia joins hands with Dutch agricultural companies to further develop the LED horticultural lighting market
A few days ago, Nichia Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Nichia") issued a press release announcing that it will cooperate with Qwestland International,
"Special" rose spectrum + LED module to increase rose production
Porta Nova, a rose grower located in Eindhoven, the fifth largest city in the Netherlands,
ASABE Publishes New Standard for Horticultural Lighting
According to reports, recently, the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) released the second standard in a three-part series of standards,
CSA project "General Technical Requirements for LED Lighting System for Artificial Glossy Vegetable Production"
In November 2018, led by the Institute of Agricultural Environment and Sustainable Development of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
Exploring the 7-11 "vegetable garden" under LED plant lights
According to reports, in November 2018, 7-11, the largest convenience store in Japan,
A Belgian fruit and vegetable company can produce specialty tomatoes all year round
In December last year, the Belgian fruit and vegetable company Den Berk Délice opened a new tomato cultivation plant in Merksplas, Belgium.
American Lighting Research Center plans to launch horticultural lighting applications
On the 16th, Lighting Research Center, referred to as "LRC" announced that it will open a new course dedicated to lighting applications for plant growth and health,
Full LED lighting system helps produce high-quality lettuce
Located in Burton, Ohio, Great Lakes Growers has grown the lettuce growing business he started in 2011 into more than 85,000 square feet of production greenhouses in just six years.