Production

A Ph.D. Program Seeded in High School and Shaped to Serve Horticulture

Joining me today is Kaylee South. In August of 2020 Kaylee completed her graduate studies at Ohio State University under the guidance of Michelle Jones. She is continuing her research with Jones as a postdoc... more »

Erik Runkle Technically Speaking

Strategies to Shorten Crop Production Time

In the production of floriculture crops, a common goal is to produce high-quality and uniform crops in a short period of time. There are a number of factors that influence crop timing of flowering plants,... more »

DOE to Present Webinar on Cogeneration for Controlled Environments

On Oct. 12, 2021, the Department of Energy's Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Technical Assistance Partnerships will host a special webinar on Combined Heat and Power in Controlled Environment Agriculture. The webinar will take place... more »

Precision Control of Supplemental Lighting

Supplemental lighting is important in facilitating winter-time greenhouse crop production in many areas of the United States. LED fixtures are becoming increasingly popular due to their higher efficacy and longer lifespan, as compared to HPS... more »

Light Spectrum for Different Applications

There are several terms used to describe the color, or spectral distribution of light, including light quality, spectral quality, light spectrum and photon spectrum. These terms describe the relative quantities of different wavebands of light,... more »

iUNU Adds Two New Execs

iUNU, a Seattle based developer of AI and computer vision greenhouse management systems, recently hired Alexander Tokman as president and Dennis Riling as vice president of sales and marketing. As president,  Tokman will be responsible... more »

iUNU Acquires CropWalk

On Aug. 10, iUNU announced that it has acquired CropWalk, an integrated pest management (IPM) company founded in 2019. iUNU is an agricultural machine vision company headquartered in Seattle, with satellite offices in California, Florida,... more »

Roots, Shoots & Environmentals — Part 3

In the first two parts of this series, we talked about the root zone and the shoot zone. In part three, we’re going to discuss environmentals. While there is a push towards complete control in... more »

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GPN recognizes 40 industry professionals under the age of 40 who are helping to determine the future of the horticulture industry. These individuals are today’s movers and shakers who are already setting the pace for tomorrow.
Kait Barry
Susan Judd
Alex Kantor
Liz Hughes
Andrew Konicki
Kit Leider Pierri
Lauren Kirchner
Michelle Opela
Judson LeCompte

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