The research project, LED Lighting to Improve Energy Efficiency in Controlled Environment Agriculture, aimed to show reductions in energy use from greenhouse-specific LED lamps compared to the traditional use of high pressure sodium (HPS) lamps in a controlled crop environment.
Seven New Scientific Posters from LumiGrow Research Reveal that Yield and Morphology are Controllable by Light in Wide Range of Commercial and Research Crops
Recreational Grower Saves Money and Energy with Networked LEDs
Shared-Savings Payment Plans Means Lighting Control System Pays for Itself
Energy-Efficient Spectrum Control System Installed and Operated by Students
Growers New to Supplemental Lighting Find LEDs Are the Smartest Choice
On-Demand Webcast – Optimizing Crop Production, Nutrition, Flavor and Marketability with Spectral Science
This webcast reviews the results of recent studies conducted at the University of Guelph and in-house at LumiGrow. Topics include light-driven influence over flavor in basil and lettuce; control of plant growth and flowering in zinnia; and how LED lighting outperforms HPS with greenhouse-grown gerbera for flower quality and longevity.
Supplemental Lighting Means Bigger Plants and Extended Growing Season for North Carolina’s Patterson Greenhouses
Horticultural Research Institutions and Commercial Growers Choose Company’s Spectrum Control Systems
Canadian Scientists Use Light to Control Plant Growth; Growers Adopt Proven LumiGrow Technology
LumiGrow LED Crop Lights Now Most Cost-Effective Greenhouse Crop Lighting Option Right from the Start
Advancing Energy Efficiency and Scientific Discovery at Leading Agricultural Research Facility