Controlled Environment Agriculture

Have You Read GPN’s Latest CEA Supplement?

Are you growing agricultural products, such as fruits and vegetables, in a controlled environment? If so, I highly encourage you to check out GPN's latest supplement, "Under Control: Tips for Controlled Environment Growing." This special... more »

New Hydroponic Farm Hires Sales Director

Green Life Farms, a hydroponic farm currently under construction in Boynton Beach, Florida, has hired Elayne Dudley as its sales director. Dudley will spearhead bringing Green Life Farms’ fresh and local leafy baby greens to... more »

Free CEA Lighting Webinar Available On Demand

Are you interested in controlled environment agriculture (CEA)? Are you currently (or are you considering) growing vegetable crops in your greenhouses? Are you looking for the right greenhouse lighting solutions to help grow those vegetable... more »

Start-Up Builds First Fully Autonomous Farm

After years of research and development, Iron Ox, a California-based technology startup, has announced it is launching the world's first autonomous farm in San Carlos and will start selling its produce soon. The hydroponic indoor... more »

Growing Better Greenhouse Microgreens

(To see larger versions of the images, click here to access a .pdf file of this article) The recent popularity of microgreens in the culinary scene has proven to be a potential source of significant... more »

Technology and Automation Help Grow Produce and Profits

John McMahon, founder and farm manager at Schuyler Greens Co. in Schuyler, Virginia, grew up on a farm and knew he wanted to eventually start his own growing operation. “The reason I decided to focus... more »

Lighting Considerations for Controlled Environment Agriculture

There are several reasons why controlled environment agriculture is increasing in popularity. Undoubtedly, advances in lighting technology have been one of the factors contributing to this industry’s popularity and success. Whether it is to increase... more »

Managing Humidity in the Greenhouse

Too much humidity in a greenhouse is trouble. Splashing from condensate dripping from the ceiling can spread diseases. Water puddles on the greenhouse floor promote algae growth, are insect breeding grounds, and a safety hazard... more »

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