Dr. Shizue Matsubara at the Forschungszentrum Jülich in Germany is using Helisospectra LEDs to study how dynamic changes in light intensity affect the process of photosynthesis and plant performance.
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and Professor Mark Tester contribute to future food supply with speed breeding field crops in the Middle East for seed selection and improvement of genetics.
The Institute for Cereal Crops Improvement demonstrates that crops can be grown in far more efficient ways, helping commercial growers and smaller sustenance farmers provide more food for their communities.
Gothenburg Botanical Garden spans 175 hectares with 16,000 different plant species. Scientific collections also include one of Europe’s largest collections of bulbs, tuber plants, alpines, and dionysia
Ljusgårda is an indoor, vertical farm situated in a former wood factory in Tibro, Sweden. They focus on sustainable, eco-conscious year-round production with 7000 m2 of leafy greens and a commitment to locally grown, fresh produce.
Heliospectra worked with San Isidro growers in a commercial controlled environment with 1,200 tomato seedlings and three different tomato varieties for multiple light trials and repetitions.
To maintain the demand for quality crops and as a drive for sustainability and energy savings, Double H Nurseries explore more efficient cultivation technologies like LED lighting. Over the past decade, Heliospectra has collaborated with Double H to research LED lights and ornamentals. This time with and ongoing trial on Phalaenopsis.
Oasis Springs Farm: How the Right LED Grow Lights Can Improve Crop Quality and Increase Production up to 33% in Shipping Containers
In an effort to provide a more sustainable food supply, companies like New Hampshire’s Oasis Spring Farm are using shipping containers equipped with LED Grow Lights to produce fresh vegetables year-round within their community.