Lettuce Abound Farms in Minnesota grows seven different varieties of lettuce aeroponically, using no natural sunlight and just 4% of the water typically needed. The Jamestown Sun took a look at their operation. Check out the video here.
- Fruit Business Manager - Hong Kong SAR
- Regional Sales Manager - Northern EU
- Irrigation Manager - Cressy (Tasmania) Australia
- Verkoop Assistent Duitse Retail - Bleiswijk
- Packhouse Manager - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
- Stress resistant and an out going person
- Office and Sales Administrator - Rotterdam
- Marketing and Administration Assistant - Sunraysia region, Mildura Victoria, Australia
- Grower (Hemp/Tomatoes/Cukes) - Monahans (Texas) USA
- Innovation Director - De Lier, Netherlands
Top 5 -yesterday
- Dalsem is building 25 hectares for AppHarvest
- "In fruit trees, plastic has much better yield return than glass or horticultural nets"
- Horti China gets underway, highlighting promising market
- Paper sleeves as an alternative to disposable plastics
- "As a Dutch-American, I like to combine idealism and capitalism"
Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
- Newly developed partnership helps global vertical farming industry
- "Vertical Farming, the future for food production"
- "Suspension system provides more efficient cultivation of tomatoes and cucumbers"
- Rain demolishes over 200 hectare of Spanish greenhouses
- CAN (ON): 45,000 sq. ft. vertical farm opens in Guelph
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Other news in this sector:
- 2019-09-20 "Diffuse coating provides for better light distribution within the crop"
- 2019-09-20 Marijuana plantation located in tomato greenhouse in Spanish region of Cantabria
- 2019-09-19 Increased volumes for Scottish strawberries
- 2019-09-19 Salera owns 30 hectares destined to the fresh-cut industry
- 2019-09-19 China: "Online store gives a boost to our organic vegetable sales"
- 2019-09-19 Russia: A farmer from Krasnodar shares the recipe of a perfect strawberry jam
- 2019-09-18 US (TN): Urban agriculture at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
- 2019-09-18 Urban farming start-up to open Michigan farm on September 30
- 2019-09-18 “We grow in the country, for the country”
- 2019-09-17 Nigeria’s biggest tomato facility idle again
- 2019-09-17 Turkish greenhouse growers make a loss due to high input costs
- 2019-09-17 Ambassador of Spain visits Looye Kwekers
- 2019-09-17 Australian grower to build another 16 ha in the coming five years
- 2019-09-16 Largest Australian biofuel plant to supply energy to new Katunga Fresh greenhouse
- 2019-09-16 Three Mexican sisters succeed with greenhouse project
- 2019-09-16 "Production is lagging behind slightly, pricing is reasonable across the board"
- 2019-09-16 Russia: The secret of Stavropol's tasty tomatoes
- 2019-09-13 Lechuga gourmet: from Colombia to the world
- 2019-09-12 Brunei: Home-based aquaponics farm nominated for Shell innovation award
- 2019-09-12 UK: Funding of up to £1,000 for farming sector women available