Next Generation Growing (NGG) is a new form of controlled environment production that was born in the Netherlands in the last decade. The main objective of NGG is to optimize...
Svensson introduces a unique summer climate screen for greenhouse tomato cultivation.
Svensson introduced its latest and greatest new climate screen, HARMONY 1315 O FR, at the HortiContact in Gorinchem.
Total Insect Exclusion allows vital Impatiens walleriana research to proceed
Researchers at Cornell University’s Long Island Horticultural Research and Extension Center (LIHREC) are using Svensson’s Econet 1515 insect control screen...
Better technologies provide better whitefly pest control
The growth of greenhouse tomato production in the state of San Luis Potosi, Mexico continues to rise, seeing some very progressive growers looking for better technologies that can help them to increase yields and mitigate the pests of the region.
Great success at the Next Generation Growing Seminar
In 2018, Horticonnect and United Farms established a research and development project in Mexico for high-tech greenhouse tomato cultivation, adapting the principles of Next Generation Growing.
A Growers Climate: about diffuse light
Diffuse light is priority number one simply because there’s money to be earned with it.
Introducing open Deco Harmony versions for even better cooling of Garden Centers
Newer versions of the Deco Harmony product family has been released, applicable for regions with more warm climate and you need to maximize cooling and more ventilation.
The dream of a perfect climate
In our 2018 end-of-the-year film, we take a moment to reflect that we are all responsible for our precious earth. Each one of us fulfills a role in this, whether big or small.
Expo Agro Alimentaria Guanajuato 2018
The latest horticultural technologies will be presented once again at the Expo Agro Alimentaria Guanajuato November 13 - 16, 2018, in Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico.
Industry leader and director of Mexico's Ceickor University talks insect & climate control
Article about the leader and director of Ceickor University in Mexico, Félix Tarrats, shares his views about climate and insect control.