+5.4% Boost in Cannabis
After three months under the films, dry, trimmed harvest weights were reported in September of 2019. Dry yield showed an extra 2.5 lbs harvested from under the film, equivalent to a +5.4% increase in total dry yield.
Efficiency Benefits of LED
Ensuring long-term success in cannabis cultivation requires investing in quality infrastructure that stands the test of time. The less efficient a system, the more money it will cost operators long-term. Let's shed some light on the efficiency of fixtures used in cannabis.
Growing Forward: A Glimpse into the 2022 Cannabis Lighting Market Report and the Bright Green Future
This article serves not only to highlight the key points of the 2022 report, but also to provide a perspective into long-term trends with a sense of hope-based on the facts. Fluence is keen to the struggles and successes of its Growing Family.
New Leafly Report: Cannabis is America's 6th Most Valuable Crop in 2022
Over a period of three months, Leafly's award-winning investigative team performed a one-of-a-kind synthesis of licensing reports with crop production totals, and sales and tax figures from the 15 states with operating cannabis markets.
Cultivating Sustainable Cannabis in South Africa
Cannabis is well-known to be a resource-intensive crop. From lighting to water to HVAC to soil, there are numerous factors that affect production, morphology, costs, and waste.
The Intersection of Data Science and Cannabis: Creating a Sustainable Future
By transitioning to more environmentally sustainable practices, cultivators can reduce waste, address climate change, and improve cannabis sustainability.
Calculating Break Even and ROI When Investing in Sensors for the Cannabis Market
The purpose of this paper is to help a reader understand what technology can be used to improve profits, the cost to implement such a solution and the estimated payback period based on cannabis prices and labor costs.
Fluence by OSRAM Reveals Multiyear Global Research Results on Broad-Spectrum Lighting Strategies for Cannabis and Food Crops
In partnership with leading scientific research institutions around the world, Fluence explores broad-spectrum white light performance in select crops, cultivars
7 Strategies to Improve Cannabis Lighting
While there are lighting fundamentals that apply no matter what type of facility growers are operating, there are certain strategies that indoor growers must use to be successful that are different than approaches greenhouse growers take.
Robotics and Automation in the Cannabis Industry
Robotics and automation can be surprisingly useful for the growing industry - and may represent a major market for developers of commercial robotics over the next few years.
Fluence and REMY unite to deliver LED lighting solutions that feed huge growth in Israel's medical cannabis market
New partnership combines REMY's local roots and Fluence's expertise in lighting for crop production to help cultivators deliver quality, quantity, and cost-efficiency.
Quality Equipment is Key in Harvesting Hemp for CBD Oil Production
There is a limited window of time for a grower to successfully harvest hemp for CBD oil production. They need to trust their equipment to function as designed, and the right belt will support their bottom-line goals.
InSpire Transpiration Solutions Advances Energy Efficiency in Cannabis Cultivation with Sustainable Dehumidification System
Leading HVAC equipment manufacturer utilizes patent-pending multi coil technology to help cultivators boost revenues, mitigate risk and reduce operating expenses
Utilizing Tissue Culture to Produce High-quality Cannabis Clones
Growers must consider several factors when selecting a product configuration: their cultivation setup and environment, and their desired crop.
Photosynthetically Efficient Colors for Crop Growth and Biomass Accumulation
UbiGro helps growers boost crop yields by providing the best sunlight environment - more orange and red light for enhanced crop growth - without using electricity. UbiGro is a passive solar product.
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Analysis of images when objects vary in color or size
How can a camera be taught to reliably detect deviations from the norm if they are not or not completely predictable? Rule-based image processing would have to capitulate - with the AI system IDS NXT, on the other hand, such a challenge can be easily solved from now on. In the new IDS NXT 3.0 release, IDS is making anomaly detection available to all customers as a third AI method, in addition to object detection and classification. You can even use only "GOOD" training images for training anomaly detection. In addition, relatively little training data is required compared to the other AI methods. This simplifies the development of an AI vision application and is well suited for evaluating the potential of AI-based image processing for new projects.