Vertical home farm innovation from FIBONACCI

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Vertical home farm innovation from company Fibonacci

The company FIBONACCI enters the market of home appliances with an innovative offer – urban farms for the house.

Fibonacci is an innovative brand of urban farms that can revolutionize your understanding of healthy nutrition and plant growing. City farms Fibonacci are many years’ experience and the highest quality, reliability and confidence in the future.

As the owner of the farm Fibonacci, you become part of a special world of like-minded people. The world, which is ruled by brilliant engineering and design developments, selfless search and finding of truly environmentally friendly solutions, a choice in favor of healthy eating and thinking, enthusiasm and hard work. Thanks to all this, Fibonacci specialists have created an innovative product, the purpose of which is to provide you and your family with fresh and tasty, juicy and nutritious vegetables, berries and salads throughout the year.

The refined design of Fibonacci gives rise to aesthetic pleasure and affirms the high-tech of domestic farms. The elegance of the form, strict lines, elegant color solutions, variability of the set – all this allows to harmoniously build the Fibonacci technique into a modern interior. Noble materials of external fasing of the body and internal equipment create an atmosphere of well-being and comfort. Continue reading “Vertical home farm innovation from FIBONACCI”

Osram is showcasing LED prototype to promote healthy plant growth

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Osram is showcasing LED prototype to promote healthy plant growth

At this year’s Lightfair in Philadelphia (USA), Osram Opto Semiconductors is showcasing an LED prototype to promote healthy plant growth: the Oslon Square Hyper Red. This third-generation 2 watt LED features improved emission characteristics, higher optical output and impressive corrosion resistance, so plant lighting systems based on the Oslon Square Hyper Red can be made particularly economical.

Plants essentially need water and light in order to grow. By using light emitting diodes (LEDs) with different wavelengths, commercial growers are now able to control each individual stage of plant growth. With a wavelength of 660 nanometers (nm) the prototype of the Oslon Square Hyper Red, for example, can control the growth of blossom. Together with the deep blue (450 nm) and far red (730 nm) versions, the Oslon family from Osram Opto Semiconductors perfectly covers the entire spectrum of plant growth. Continue reading “Osram is showcasing LED prototype to promote healthy plant growth”

Japan’s Panasonic moves into vertical farming in Singapore

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Japan’s Panasonic moves into vertical farming in Singapore

Japan’s Panasonic Corp, best known for its television sets and home theater systems, wants to feed Singaporeans its radishes and lettuce.

A unit of the electronics conglomerate last week started selling to a chain of Japanese restaurants in Singapore fresh produce grown in what it says is the first licensed indoor vegetable farm in the island state.

The move ties Panasonic’s deeper push into farming technology with land-scarce Singapore’s ambition to reduce its near-total reliance on food imports. Continue reading “Japan’s Panasonic moves into vertical farming in Singapore”

Staay, Philips, Rijk Zwaan to build “first of its kind” vertical farm in Europe

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Staay, Philips, Rijk Zwaan to build “first of its kind” vertical farm in Europe

Philips Lighting today announced that Staay Food Group is building the first of its kind vertical farm in Europe, in Dronten, the Netherlands, which will use Philips GreenPower LED horticultural lighting. The facility will serve one of Europe’s biggest supermarket chains and will be used for testing, and optimizing processes for future, large vertical farms.

Ahead of new legislation
The 900m2 indoor vertical farm will have over 3,000m2 of growing space and produce pesticide-free lettuce. With upcoming stricter regulations on the residual pesticide levels in a bag or bowl of lettuce, retailers will need to provide exceedingly high quality, pesticide-free lettuce. Continue reading “Staay, Philips, Rijk Zwaan to build “first of its kind” vertical farm in Europe”

Brightlands Campus Greenport Venlo is Content Partner for Vertical Farming Conference

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Brightlands Campus Greenport Venlo is Content Partner for Vertical Farming Conference which takes place on June 28, 2017, at Villa Flora, Venlo, The Netherlands.

About Brightlands Campus Greenport Venlo
There are only a few places in the world that truly focus on achieving big, radical change. And Brightlands is one of them. Brightlands is a place in the heart of Europe, in the top-tech triangle between Eindhoven, Leuven and Aachen.

It’s a place where researchers and entrepreneurs tackle global challenges in the fields of materials, health and nutrition.

At Brightlands, leading international companies and institutes work together on healthy, sustainable solutions that crosses scientific, geographical and organizational boundaries. Continue reading “Brightlands Campus Greenport Venlo is Content Partner for Vertical Farming Conference”

HortiBiz is Media Partner of Vertical Farming Conference

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HortiBiz is Media Partner of Vertical Farming Conference which takes place on June 28, 2017, at Villa Flora, Venlo, The Netherlands.

About HortiBiz
HortiBiz was introduced in 2012 and consists of the online news portal HortiBiz.com, a free daily digital newsletter and HortiBiz magazine. HortiBiz focuses on the international horticulture and reports mainly about greenhouse grown vegetables, strawberries, flowers and potted plants. Specific themes such as technique, innovation, cultivation, crop protection, etc. are regularly discussed. Stories and articles are written by Dutch editors and international based writers. HortiBiz magazine can be received in print by subscription, but can also be read for free on computers, tablets and smartphones.
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