Controlled Environment Agriculture

CEA Summit East

New Controlled Environment Agriculture Summit to Launch in October

Indoor Ag-Con and the Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) Innovation Center — a joint project of the School of Plant and Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech and the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research (IALR) —... more »

Mucci Farms Cox

Opportunities in CEA

Cox Enterprises recently made a strategic investment in Mucci Farms, a 60-year-old controlled environment agriculture (CEA) business with a network of greenhouses for indoor-grown fruits and vegetables in Canada and the United States. Headquartered in... more »

oasis

Oasis Grower Solutions Reformulates Hydroponic Solution

Oasis Grower Solutions has developed a one-bag solution for fertilizing leafy greens, formulated for commercial and hobby hydroponic production of lettuce, herbs, greens and most vegetables. The newly packaged Oasis Hydroponic Fertilizer replaces the traditional... more »

Revol Farms

Revol Greens Plans Texas Expansion

Greenhouse lettuce grower Revol Greens is building its largest facility to date in Temple, Texas. Planting within the first of 20 planned acres in Phase 1 of this new greenhouse is expected to start by... more »

A rendering of the planned new CEA greenhouse in upstate New York.

Havecon to Build CEA Greenhouses in Upstate NY

Confluent Energies Inc. recently announced Havecon Horticultural Projects and Atrium Agri Consortium to design, engineer and construct its first innovative vegetable production facility in Massena, New York. Confluent Energies said the full investment for the... more »

Mucci Farms Gains Investment From Tech Company Cox Enterprises

Cox Enterprises, the same company that acquired BrightFarms, has made a strategic investment in Mucci Farms, a 60-year-old controlled environment agriculture (CEA) business with a network of greenhouses for indoor-grown fruits and vegetables in Canada... more »

A new greenhouse at UC Davis will be built to protect grapevines from diseases such as red blotch disease, which can cause leaves to turn red, hamper fruit ripening and reduce wine quality. (Foundation Plant Services/UC Davis)

UC Davis Building $5.25M Greenhouse for Protection of Grapevine Collection

A new, $5.25 million greenhouse is being built on the University of California, Davis, campus to protect a vital grapevine collection from red blotch disease and other pathogens. The 14,400-square-foot greenhouse will have a vestibuled entry, be insect-proof and... more »

Revolution Farms' indoor hydorponic farm in Caledonia, Michigan. Photo: Stephen Kloosterman

Meijer Grocery Chain Fuels Product Expansion of Revolution Farms 

Revolution Farms, a controlled-environment-agriculture, hydroponic lettuce farm in Michigan, is partnering with Grand Rapids-based retailer Meijer to expand its offerings year-round across the retailer’s six-state footprint. The products include cut, whole leaf, and whole head... more »