Controlled Environment Agriculture

Do You Have Everything Under Control?

Are you growing greenhouse produce crops? Are you considering getting into controlled environment agriculture (CEA)? If you are, be sure to check out GPN’s latest supplement — Under Control: Tips for Controlled Environment Growing — that... more »

Do You Know Your ABCs?

Are you using hydroponics to grow vegetables in your greenhouse? Have you figured out an optimal nutrient management program for your crops? Are you looking for answers to these types of challenges? If you are,... more »

Revolution Farms Hire Head Grower

Tammam (Tam) Serage has been hired as the head grower at Revolution Farms, a large indoor hydroponic greens farm in Caledonia, Michigan. Prior to joining Revolution Farms, Serage most recently served as a corporate grower for... more »

Shenandoah Growers Opens USDA Certified Facility in Virginia

Shenandoah Growers, Rockingham, Virginia, has begun harvesting at its next generation BioFarm facilities in Rockingham and Elkwood, Virginia. The company will now grow, pack and ship locally grown, premium quality organic produce from its sustainable... more »

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 »

Increasing Yields of Baby Leaf Vegetables

It only takes a few minutes walking through the produce section of your local grocery store to notice the growing popularity of baby leaf vegetables. New baby leaf salad mix products are popping up in... 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 »

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