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Energy efficiency is not just low-hanging fruit; it is fruit on the ground. Stephen Chu, US Secretary of Energy

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  • As the event is now just round the corner we will not be taking any further bookings.  Thank you to everyone who has arranged to join us on this study tour and we look forward to seeing you soon.  Read More...
  • In this Technical Update, we take a look at how air movement systems can improve the greenhouse environment and contribute to reduced energy costs, more even crops, and reduced disease risks. The update looks at fan systems and explains how apex screens can reduce unwanted natural air movement above thermal screens. Read More...
  • I came across the October 2013 edition of 'In Greenhouses' magazine today, and it contains some interesting articles. These pieces particularly caught my eye: 'Know your physics for better greenhouse control' — dehumidifying research, looking at reducing energy use in greenhouse climate control 'Many colours influence the shape and development of the plant' — looking at the use of different coloured LED lights in horticulture. Read More...
  • A GrowSave training day led by Tim Pratt and Jon Swain from Farm Energy Centre, held at Bordon Hill Nurseries in Warwickshire. The training was aimed at ornamentals growers — particularly those who grow energy-intensive crops in late autumn and winter — with a focus on important energy issues to consider when setting up your nursery for the forthcoming season. Read More...
  • This Technical Update explores the concept of a semi-sealed greenhouse — looking at the system's advantages, its current commercial position, and how it compares with the completely-sealed greenhouse concept. Read More...

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