Controlled Environment Agriculture

CEA Conference to Meet in September

The 2018 Virginia Smart Farming Conference on Using Controlled Environment Agriculture will take place Sept. 13, 2018 at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research (IALR) in Danville, Virginia. Attendees will have the opportunity to join academic... more »

CropKing Hires New Horticulturist

CropKing Inc., based in Lodi, Ohio, has hired Nick Greens as a horticulturist/consultant. “The addition of Nick to our team significantly strengthens our resources that are available to our customers. From a consulting and horticultural... more »

LED Growers’ Guide for Leafy Greens Now Available

{Sponsored} Want to learn how to maximize your leafy green yields? LumiGrow's LED Growers’ Guide for Leafy Greens can teach you how to increase your crop's fresh weight by more than 40 percent for baby... more »

Green Automation Introduces New Hydroponic System

Green Automation recently announced the introduction of new technologically advanced enhancements to its patented automated growing systems for hydroponic lettuce production. The latest upgrades focus specifically on the growing lines, creating a more robust system... more »

Indoor Farm Takes On Home Delivery

Grocery delivery services have definitely seen a surge in popularity over the past year or so. Between Amazon and local retailers offering same-day grocery drop-off for consumers, food shopping has never been so easy. SmartBasil... more »

Gotham Greens to Build in Baltimore

In early May, Gotham Greens announced it will open a state-of-the-art hydroponic greenhouse at the site of the former Bethlehem Steel mill in Baltimore, Maryland. Gotham Greens’ expansion to Baltimore represents the third city in... more »

Purdue Hydroponic Startup Earns Award

Have you heard of Heliponix LLC? If not, you may want to pay attention. Founded by two Purdue University graduates — Scott Massey and Ivan Ball — this new startup aims to redefine "farm to... more »

Antarctica Grows First Vegetables

Earlier this month, German scientists working in Antarctica announced they were able to grow vegetables without soil, sunlight or pesticides. From their very first harvest, Team Neumayer Station III was able to gather 8 pounds... more »

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