Future Farm to Showcase Company Growth at the 8th LD Micro Invitational & Announces Research Report by RB Milestone Group

"We are grateful to LD Micro for including us in this great conference and look forward to sharing our exciting story with those attending," says Mr. Barrette.

OLEDs could boost vertical farm efficiency by 20 per cent

The energy efficiency of vertical farms could soon be boosted by as much as 20 per cent, thanks to a new system developed by a student from Brunel University London.

C2-A2 AGRODROID - world's new Smart Farming product

European software developer 'Cognitive Technologies has developed the world's first industrial agrodroid for international agricultural market.

SpecGrade LED Introduces Advanced OpticPAR Technology with LED Grow Lights for Professional Indoor Cultivation

SpecGrade LED, the global leader in next generation industrial LED lighting technology, announces a new line of commercial grade LED Grow Lights for professional cultivators.

Zest Labs CEO Peter Mehring to Speak on Panel at GS1 Digital Convergence Forum

The "digital future of food" is becoming reality and the industry has been working on end-to-end supply chain visibility for years. However, with the rapid evolution of technology, we have the automation and ubiquity needed to achieve aspirational business objectives in areas of transparency, sustainability, and profitability. Join this panel for a discussion on the art of the possible.

Heliospectra AB to Introduce Next Generation Lightbar at GreenTech Amsterdam

New lightbar solution support various plant growth stages and applications for high-quality production in large scale food and agtech operations

RotoGro Signs Perishable Food Investment and Technology Agreement

RotoGros equity interest in Gibios global growing facilities provides depth to the Companys second vertical of growing management and growing facility ownership

FoodLogiQ Launches New Innovation Lab

FoodLogiQ announced the creation of FoodLogiQ Labs, a research and development hub dedicated to the acceleration of new products and solutions to meet the growing needs of the food industry.

Smart Cannabis Corp. in Development on New Greenhouse Models

"As our business expands, customer feedback and project scopes have informed our decision to make practical modifications to one existing greenhouse and also design and manufacture a whole new model series. Optimizing grow space and providing excellent quality is, as always, top priority. We have several proposals in the pipeline and are looking forward to sharing more details, including specifications and manufacturing information, with the public soon,"

Princeton University's Vertical Farming Project Partners with Local Elementary School

New Vertical Farming Initiative will Provide Cutting Edge Scientific Educational Opportunities for Elementary Students and Enhance School Farm to Cafeteria Program

Little Leaf Farms Celebrates Grand Opening of Expanded Hydroponic Greenhouse

Consumer-driven expansion doubles size of original greenhouse and increases production of local baby greens

Indigo Ag CEO to headline next month's AgTech Nexus USA in Boston

Perry will participate in an interview-style presentation, moderated by Greg Duerksen, president of agribusiness executive search firm Kincannon & Reed, on the opening morning of the event.

Growlink Expands Product Line to Offer Comprehensive Monitoring and Equipment Automation for Commercial Growers

Since 2015, Growlink has helped thousands of farmers monitor their grow and boost production through environmental controls, precision irrigation, and nutrient dosing.

Thrive Agritech LED Grow Lights Chosen by Strawberry Fields

Colorado cannabis producer selects Thrive Agritech LED supplemental lighting for its two-acre greenhouse production facility

Luminus Expands High Power LED Horticulture Portfolio

New 'horticulture white complements UV to Far Red offering

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