Top 5 -yesterday
- Irrigation essentials: basics, biology, and best practices
- Understanding spider mite control in MMJ cultivation
- Australian grower acquired Denmark-based GMP MMJ cultivation facility from Canopy Growth
- Ex-Eaze consultants sentenced to prison for cannabis payment scheme
- CAN (ON): Operator teams up with McMaster University
Top 5 -last week
- North Macedonian grower receives export license
- "We cannabis growers are proving that vertical farming not only works but can also be very profitable"
- "It is necessary to update the information available from the past"
- Aurora Coast: “Our cultivar pipeline is designed to keep our products relevant and fresh
- US (PA): Hydrofarm to acquire organic nutrients and grow media operations
Top 5 -last month
Solar panels placed on total cover water reservoir
Centrica Business Solutions and Albers Alligator launch a new, innovative way for greenhouse growers to generate energy with floating solar panels: Multi-F Solar. Solar panels are placed on the total cover (an algae cloth) on the grower's water reservoir. Making it the first solution that uses floating…
Improved resistance and electrical connection with new cable branche
Stolze's growing light installations are made entirely in-house. The switch panels are assembled custom-made and the strand cabling is made to measure. To create the lighting strands, the company uses their own System (SLS), for which they recently improved the branching of the strands in terms of…
Analysis of CHP condensation water for reuse as irrigation water
As part of the DuurSaam Glashelder project in greenhouse horticulture in Erica, Klazienaveen, Zuidbroek and Sappemeer, samples will be taken of the condensation water from ten…
NZ grower goes green with its own power station
"More than 60 percent of our operational expense can be attributed to electricity"
Greenfern Industries’ hydroelectric power station on the Waingongoro River in Taranaki has been given the seal of approval to generate power once again. The go-ahead was given by the Taranaki Regional Council for the Normanby Power Station to start generating power again last week after passing the final…
Energy modelling for horticulture: How to use it to deliver staggering savings
Identifying solutions that can achieve significant energy savings is an increasingly popular way for food producers to drive down growing costs. "At CambridgeHOK, we have devised an ‘energy modelling’ consultation specifically for the horticulture sector, which looks at cropping profiles alongside energy…