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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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  • 'LEDs go on' Find out how the Danish nursery Knud Jepsen A/S – Queen® Kalanchoe has expanded its production area without building any new glasshouses thanks to LED modules installed in transport lanes. Click here to download the article, from the January 2011 edition of FloraCulture International Magazine. Read More...
  • 'Interlighting for tomatoes - according to Philips' Over the past few years, the use of LEDs as intermediate lighting for tomatoes has given positive results. As other cultivation sectors start to adopt LED lighting, in this article Koos de Wit, Key Account Manager LED/Horti with Philips, explains why LEDs are the future. Read More...
  • Notes from a presentation by Wageningen UR Greenhouse Hoticulture, which explores the use of LEDs in hoticulture. Click here to download the presentation.   Read More...
  • The arrival of commercially-viable light emitting diode (LED) lighting for horticultural applications has been promised for a number of years now, and recent developments by a number of manufacturers suggests that the promise is now close to reality. Read More...
  • I’ve just been interviewed by BBC Radio 4’s ‘Farming Today’ programme about the use of LED lighting in horticulture. There are many exciting new developments with LED lighting in horticulture at the moment, as the group of 30 growers I took to Holland on a recent GrowSave study tour saw. Read More...

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