Controlled Environment Agriculture

Aquaponics Class Being Offered

Nelson and Pade, Inc. will host a one day class on the basics of running an aquaponics system. The class will include an introduction to aquaponics — an innovative method of raising fish and vegetables,... more »

7 key questions to ask before building a greenhouse

{Sponsored} Have you thought of everything before starting your greenhouse construction project? Here are seven key questions to ask before you move ahead. 1- What is the budget for your greenhouse project? Every construction project... more »

Choosing the right greenhouse for you

{Sponsored} Choosing the right greenhouse depends on several key factors, and construction costs can add up quickly if you fail to consider them. The experts at Harnois Greenhouses are here to help, with five tips to... more »

BrightFarms to Build Hydroponic Facility in PA

BrightFarms Inc., a supplier of locally grown salads for supermarkets based in Irvington, New York, plans to expand into Pennsylvania by constructing a new hydroponic greenhouse. The project is expected to create more than 50... more »

BrightFarms Receives Produce Innovation Award from Walmart

BrightFarms, a supplier of locally grown salads for supermarkets based in Irvington, New York, recently received the Innovation Award (Produce) at Walmart’s 2019 Supplier Growth Forum in Rogers, Arkansas. BrightFarms produce reaches Walmart stores within... more »

Crops Suitable for Vertical Farming

Vertical farming refers to the production of plants grown in stacked horizontal or vertical layers, or other three-dimensional configurations. Most commercial vertical farms produce crops inside buildings, relying on light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as the sole... more »

New Consortium to Focus on Indoor Agriculture

The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) is launching the Precision Indoor Plants (PIP) Consortium, a public-private partnership  to develop flavorful, nutritious crops specially intended for indoor agriculture. Sustainably feeding a growing global population... more »

Chicago Botanic Garden Launches Aquaponics Education Opportunity

As part of its newly opened Farm on Ogden, the Chicago Botanic Garden recently announced the launch of the 52,000-gallon aquaponics production system, which will bring 2,500 heads of local and sustainably grown lettuce to... more »

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