Technically Speaking: Advancements in horticultural lighting

The science, engineering and application of horticultural lighting advances with developments in light-emitting diode (LED) technology. In the past decade, efficacy of LED fixtures has more than doubled, dimmability has become common, tolerance to greenhouse... more »

Unlock your lighting potential

Supplemental lighting is often required for consistent year-round production, but deciding what type of light fixtures to use and how to control them is not always simple. Since each greenhouse is different, it is not... more »

BrightFarms builds regional salad greenhouse hubs

BrightFarms is expanding with four new regional greenhouse hubs offering sustainably grown leafy greens to more people across the Eastern and Central U.S. The new locations will begin shipping to retailers in 2024 to help... more »

Maintaining water quality

An important factor to consider in any greenhouse is the quality of water being used to irrigate the crops. Many growers will face crop challenges that can be traced back to the quality of water... more »

Sollum Raises $30M to Grow Operations

Sollum Technologies has closed a $30 million financing round, including $25 million from Idealist Capital and $5 million from Fondaction. Sollum offers greenhouse growers fully dynamic smart LED lighting. As the only 100% programmable technology, it can... more »

Prospect Farms

Prima Acquires 250 Acres of Organic Hemp Production

Wellness brand Prima has acquired Prospect Farms, one of the nation's largest USDA Certified Organic hemp farms and manufacturing complexes. Together, they form Uplifter Brands, PBC, a CPG house of clean and conscious brands across personal... more »

Year of the Celosia

Late last year, National Garden Bureau (NGB) announced six new “Year of the” crops for the coming year. One crop from each category is selected by the NGB board of directors to be highlighted and... more »

Updating Your Greenhouse for Efficiency

With growers today facing ever-increasing challenges such as rising labor costs, labor shortages, increased energy costs and the constant pressure to provide a top-quality product in a timely fashion, it is more imperative than ever... 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.