November 19, 2023
L.A Family Farms noted several improvements including tighter internode spacing.
Philips GreenPower LED toplighting linear accelerates cannabis plant vegetative growth by 20% for L.A. Family Farms
October 9, 2023
Sunterra Greenhouses partners with Philips LED lighting team to maximize year-round tomato and strawberry production with horticulture LED lighting
Sunterra is a family business that has been operating since 1970
September 11, 2023
Research into energy- and cost-effective lighting strategies for horticultural crops to continue.
Signify and Wageningen University & Research continue collaboration in Innovation & Demonstration Center
August 29, 2023
LetsGrow.com makes data streams from multiple sources transparent
EveryD Flowers is one of many companies where the (hybrid) lighting system has been turned off for the time being.
August 29, 2023
Far red in tomato cultivation: a good idea or not?
Far red light requires more energy than PAR light, which leads to high additional energy costs.
August 14, 2023
Strawberries and the effect of far-red in June bearers
The maximum lighting period was 16 hours per day, and the total number of lighting hours was approximately 1800.
July 3, 2023
From Tall to Small: An alternative way of growing tomatoes in a vertical farm!
When we think of growing tomatoes, we typically picture rows and rows of tall tomato plants climbing high into a greenhouse.
June 20, 2023
Philips Horticulture LED Solutions, 80 Acres Farms and Siemens scale up vertical farming for global production of healthy, fresh and sustainable food
"The global population is growing rapidly and is increasingly urbanized, while climate change is making growing conditions less predictable"
June 6, 2023
That’s why white tips differ from photobleaching (and may be worth striving for)
In cannabis cultivation, white tips are mostly regarded as less favorable than green tips. Green is associated with healthier plants and more appealing to consumers. However, research by Signify over the past few years has resulted in surprising new insights. There appear to be two types of white tips, caused by different mechanisms. One of them correlates with higher THC/CBD levels. Fortunately, these ‘profitable’ white tips can be induced (or avoided) by specific light strategies.