Production

Minimizing Greenhouse Energy Loss

Solar power, also known as photovoltaic (PV) systems, LED lights (light-emitting diode) and infrared heaters are all some of the technologies being looked at as ways to reduce greenhouse energy costs, whether it is for... more »

Looking for a Seasonal CEA Crop? Consider Strawberries

The interest in greenhouse strawberries has been increasing over the last few years. Part of this has to do with the demand for year-round production of the crop. The variability in quality and availability of... more »

Growing Greenhouse Produce

Each year more food is grown in greenhouses than the last. The reason for this is simple — consumers want quality produce. Food grown in controlled environment agriculture (CEA) greenhouses is protected from the wrath... more »

Chat Room — October 2019

This month, we asked our readers about their plans for hemp production, branding, and managing heat loss as cooler weather approaches. Click the PDF below to see what they had to share. more »

growing hemp

Thinking of Growing Hemp?

The market for hemp-derived CBD (cannabidiol) products has exploded. Whether it’s edibles or for personal care, you can find a wide range of products infused with CBD. Target, Kroger, Walgreens and CVS are just a... more »

Greenhouse Environment Checklist

As the days are getting shorter, light levels are decreasing and it’s getting colder outside, now is a great time to check your greenhouse environmental control systems and equipment. In particular, ensure systems that regulate... more »

Seeing Inside Your Container Media

When you buy a good-quality root substrate, you are mostly purchasing holes. Solid particles from peat, bark, perlite, wood fiber and other components typically make up only about 20 to 30% of volume when a... more »

HydraFiber

Adding Innovation to the Mix

Jasmina Dolce: What is HydraFiber and what makes it unique compared to other growing media? Daniel Norden: HydraFiber is an approximately 98% porous fiber substrate with extremely low bulk density. What makes HydraFiber unique is... more »

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