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I saw this picture of one of Schulte Microfarm’s hoophouses after a recent rain and had to share. Gives a whole new meaning to a hydroponic hoophouse ha!
Those of you on the email list know we got to the semifinals of a pitch competition earlier this year. For the first time, here’s the Rosemont Horticultural promo we put together to get there.
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This is one of the best and most accessible conversations on horticultural lighting I’ve seen. Farmer Tyler visits Dr. Ricardo Hernandez at North Carolina State University to learn about light quality research and its practical applications in horticulture.
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CoolFarm has designs on the urban farming market. By the end of this summer, its own in/store-branded units will be installed on the island of Madeira with the help of local operator Lucky Greens, which wants to grow high-quality food such as leafy salads, microgreens and herbs for local hotels and restaurants.