Grow Solutions' Aeropods will be studied at the University of British Columbia by its third-year students to assess the Aeropods carbon footprint
Grow Solutions is pleased to be working with a group of 3rd year undergraduate students at the University of British Columbia to answer that question. UBC's Land and Food Systems Core Series ("LFS 350") uses real-world examples to prepare students to tackle complex issues around agriculture, environment, and community.
SVG Ventures announces THRIVE Australia Challenge winners and investment in 3 Australian startups in the AgriFood Tech Sector
SVG Ventures-THRIVE existing global Corporate Partners include leading agriculture and technology corporations such as Corteva, Driscoll berries, Kubota, Trimble, Taylor Farms, Valmont, Yamaha & Forbes who's focus is on finding solutions and potential investment opportunities.
Latest investment will accelerate market expansion and fuel new technology innovation and services for global network of farmers and corporate partners
The Harvester™ lighting system represents decades of research and experience in the fields of photo- and phyto-biological science. The Harvester's novel light spectrum and photon delivery are designed to help growers of all skill levels optimize the yield and phytochemical densities of their crops.
Vertical farming is widely being preferred for its ability to conserve natural resources like land, water, and minerals while heightening the cultivation process simultaneously.
Sustainable, fresh leafy lettuce is growing and thriving in New England year-round, thanks to hydroponic greenhouse techniques
Little Leaf Farms' CEO Paul Sellew advances hydroponics as company expands
The soil moisture sensor market is expected to witness significant growth, due to considerable focus on agriculture in several countries/regions such as India, South East Asia, and Africa.
Dark Heart Nursery (DHN), a leading California based cannabis genomics, diagnostics and applied biotechnology company, is pleased to announce the opening of their brand new 70,000 sq. ft facility this Spring.
Tall Trees LED Company, a Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Light Engine Design Corp., Announces Partnership with MVP Farms
The microscale production systems will empower individuals and organizations to grow highly nutritious and beautiful plants.
The new 1000W LED top light means that growers can now easily replace their 1000W SONT lamps and get over 50% more light, using the same cables and the same power.
Maintaining precise environmental conditions is key to cultivating healthy plants at cannabis growing facilities. The Sentinel™ system from Sensaphone® uses cloud technology to provide supervised 24/7 remote monitoring of changes in environmental conditions and functioning of critical equipment.
Tall Trees LED Company, a Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Light Engine Design Corp. Announces their "Harvester™" Horticultural Lighting System
The new Harvester™ lighting system is the result of 13-years worth of research into horticultural lighting requirements and best practices for the optimization of plant phytochemistry.
Next-Gen Horticulture Lighting Technology Attracts Capital from Diverse Investors
Now the smart farming technology of the future is making a real entry into the Swedish households via TV. The chefs participating in the popular TV4 program Master Chef Sweden spice up their dishes by harvesting vegetables directly from the hydroponic herb-wall, installed in the studio. The system is supplied by foodtech company Swegreen.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announces plenary speakers for the 2020 Agricultural Outlook Forum (AOF), to be held Feb. 20-21, 2020, in Arlington, Va., under the theme "The Innovation Imperative: Shaping the Future of Agriculture." The opening plenary session will feature a fireside chat between Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and John Hartnett, Founder and CEO of SVG Ventures, a platform of corporations, universities, and investors focused on the food and agriculture industries. Secretary Perdue and Mr. Hartnett will discuss the future of agriculture, challenges facing the sector, and emerging solutions that could address them.
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