LumiGrow collaborates with leading agricultural research institutions to develop lighting strategies to benefit commercial growers. Discover new ways to grow plants with adjustable-spectrum LED solutions.
The Spectral Control Guide was created by the LumiGrow Research Team to outline factors that should be considered when using spectrum control to grow Cannabis in a sole source environment. Working in-house and with research [...]
Terpenes are an almost ubiquitous group of organic metabolites, produced mostly by plants, but also by some insects. Most of the terpenes found in flowers are aromatic and contribute heavily to the smells we associate with flowers both [...]
Previous work determined that light during the healing period influences morphology and quality of grafted tomatoes. Cool white fluorescent (CWF) at a photosynthetic photon flux of 100 μmol·m-2·s-1 is recommended for healing chambers. Light emitting diodes (LED) make possible optimizing the spectral requirements for healing.
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Emeryville, CA, USA – January 31, 2017 – On Wednesday, February 1st, 2017, the City of Menlo Park becomes a global AgTech hub as Fortune 500 companies and startups from around the world gather for THRIVE’s [...]
Get More Light with Less Energy Emeryville, CA, USA – January 26, 2017 – LumiGrow has announced the worldwide release of the Pro Series E, a horticultural lighting product line that combines the best in [...]
Emeryville, CA, USA – December 12, 2016 – LumiGrow, Inc. - LumiGrow Research, the research division of horticultural LED lighting manufacturer LumiGrow, Inc., released a new scientific research report that illustrates how a “No Red” Light [...]
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Webcast – Optimizing Crop Production, Nutrition, Flavor and Marketability with Spectral Science
July 5th, 2015
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.