Webinar presented by Murat Kacira from the University of Arizona An important factor affecting the profitability of vertical farming is a grower’s ability to consistently deliver a predictable product. To achieve this, growers must create an environment that supplies all the crop’s needs over its entire growth cycle by identifying and co-optimizing environmental variables such […]
Location: Denver Colorado The American Society for Horticultural Science is holding their annual national conference in August as a hybrid virtual/in-person event. Each registrant may choose their participation. Two PhD students from Cornell will be presenting on lighting research. Website is here. Registration is here.
HortiCann Light + Tech attracts an audience including cannabis and other commercial growers, greenhouse manufacturers, urban and vertical farmers, horticultural lighting specialists, and more. Attendees will learn about the latest advances, research, and case-study findings regarding lighting optimization and efficacy, energy and cost savings, operations and environmental control systems, and strategies for integrating multiple ag-tech […]
Location: Orlando, Florida Indoor Ag-Con is the premier event covering the technology of growing crops in indoor systems, using hydroponic, aeroponic and aquaponic techniques. Editions have featured keynotes from leaders in farming, supplier, technology, customer, government and academic sectors. The events unite growers, investors, chefs, tech geeks, produce buyers, academics, policymakers, industry suppliers and […]
Location: Boxborough, Massachusetts The biennial Northeast Greenhouse Conference & Expo is co-sponsored by New England Floriculture, Inc. - a group of grower representatives from the Northeast, augmented by University and Cooperative Extension staff in each state who specialize in greenhouse crops and management. Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn, share and connect with other […]