LEDs Horticultural Lighting + Tech - Oct 3rd, 2022
News and resources on controlled environment agriculture and LED lighting technology for developers, specifiers, and suppliers
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October 3, 2022

Welcome to LEDs Magazine's Horticultural Lighting + Tech newsletter for Oct. 3, 2022.

The Resilient Harvests Conference is just around the corner Nov. 1-2, 2022. See our conference preview, published a few days ahead of our October magazine issue, for a taste of what's on the menu in Long Beach, Calif.

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CARRIE MEADOWS offers a sneak peek of the Resilient Harvests Conference agenda, which aims to establish an efficient, technology-driven future for controlled environment agriculture.
Educators from ENERGY CODE ACE summarize code requirements for controlled environment horticulture in California’s Title 24, Part 6 building energy code with a focus on lighting.
Modular parts and reusable or recyclable materials combined with smart electronics can boost CEA lighting’s sustainability quotient, explains CRAIG PRICE.
The tomatoes were growing so fast under a hybrid LED/HPS scheme that it was disturbing the overall crop cycle. Guess which lights the grower pared back.
Our editors geek out over cool controlled environment agriculture experiments that are orbiting above Earth, including a new system called XROOTS.
Fluence teams with New Zealand specialist to harness ultraviolet wavelengths during propagation of cannabis.
Learn how Vertical GaN architecture enables smaller and sleeker lighting designs with high-performance but compact LED driver technology.
Photobiological effects on humans and the standards required to help protect people from spectral irradiance.