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Agri-Impact unveils tomato greenhouse in Ghana

Agri-Impact together with West African Greenhouses have unveiled a 5,000-metre-square commercial tomato greenhouse. It will be used to pilot commercial greenhouse farming in Ghana. Speaking during the tour of the greenhouse, Executive Director of Agri-Impact and West African Greenhouses, Daniel Acquaye…

Seedlings greenhouse built in Peru

"There are no geographical barriers we can't face"

MSC Invernaderos continues with the development of projects in Latin America with their last seedbed facility at 4,000m. This project is made up of 1 multi-span greenhouse designed for the production of seedlings in the Quellaveco region of Peru. The Spanish company is a manufacturer of greenhouses with…

Remarkable campagin for "strongest greenhouse in the world"

Do you know the strongest man in the world? Well, us neither, but we do know the greenhouse that claims to be one of the strongest greenhouses in the world. And how do you prove that? Well, by sitting on it, of course. Not alone, but with a dozen of colleagues. This Planta greenhouse has been designed to…

Last cold greenhouse replaced by a warm one at Noordam Plants

"It's never boring with us, everything is unusual," laughs Raymond Zwirs from Zwirs Horti Projects. They mainly build smaller, special greenhouses and business premises. This week, they started with the foundations of a 3 hectare greenhouse at Noordam Plants. In week 29 they will start with the steel;…

Kazakhstan: Big greenhouse complex launched in the Almaty region

A contemporary greenhouse complex with an overall acreage of 5.1 ha has been launched in Eltaysky area of Karasaysky region.  Mr. Aybolat Abenov, the chairman of SC Agrarnaya Kreditnaya Kompaniya underlined that the state has allocated reserves for the construction on preferential terms. “We are very glad…

"A great example of Canadian and Dutch companies building together"

It’s been 5 years since Andrew Hendrik’s and Havecon’s last project together. This time, Havecon will be building a 1.3ha project for Hendrik’s Greenhouse to meet their ever increasing market demands while giving them the space to streamline production and maximize overall efficiencies. Hendriks…

Haygrove’s climate-controlled automated polytunnel venting solutions

Haygrove is South Africa’s leading manufacturer of field-scale polytunnel and shade net structures and has been operating in South Africa since 2001. Haygrove was originally established in the UK in 1987 and is actively protecting crops in 57 countries worldwide. Due to the specific needs of local…

Chinese view on greenhouse construction changes

In China, it is not unusual to take a learning curve into account when it comes to new projects. With a new greenhouse, people consider a learning period that could last for a couple of years. At a certain time, a turning point needs to occur by which the greenhouse can become profitable.   "If they still see…

Design firms eye efficiency, speed to market and turnkey design solutions

Recently, consolidation within the cannabis industry has been seen through several mergers and acquisitions. Many of these transactions have included product and technology…

Courtesy of the HELP Foundation

July 15

HELP Foundation planning groundbreaking ceremony for new greenhouse

The HELP Foundation, a non-profit organization aimed at supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is planning to break ground on the site of their new greenhouse facility in Euclid. The foundation officially began in the 1960s and has grown to have multiple facilities in…

"The innovative technology will help provide throughout winter months."

Canada: Topline Farms starts production and new 25 acres expansion

Westmoreland/Topline Farms is excited to announce their latest 25-acre expansion at their Flavor Fresh Farms greenhouse, located in Leamington, Ontario. Flavor Fresh began production in June 2021, helping Westmoreland/Topline meet the growing demand for greenhouse-grown produce.  The combination of their state-of-the-art…

Two-story Plant Research building offers high-tech space

New greenhouse facility prepares for opening

UC Riverside’s new Plant Research 1 is already starting to stand out on campus, with its gleaming glass frame and the scenic Box Springs Mountains in the background. The…

Aralux by Agriplast

Mineral loads for diffused light films

Diffused light films are a popular way to obtain optimal temperature control in climatic areas characterized by high solar radiation. "Diffusion has various positive effects on cultivation, especially that of reducing the active energy of incoming radiation. Reducing active energy is in fact what enables…

Serroplast

Solutions to protect crops and improve yields

When talking about anti-frost, anti-hail, anti-rain structures, and similar, the purchasing phase tends to be separate from the installation phase. Giuseppe Borracci, new market developer at Gruppo Serroplast, explains that both should be taken into account. Especially now the investment costs are…

Bas Duijvestijn, Van der Hoeven Horticultural Projects:

‘Technology can mean a lot for the Gulf region’

It will come as no surprise that growing vegetables in the Gulf region is no simple task and takes different demands from growing them in Northwestern Europe. A hot and sometimes humid climate along with severe water shortages make growing crops here a major challenge. In recent years, Van der Hoeven…

Special Greenhouse Construction

In the coming weeks, greenhouse construction takes center stage in the special of FloralDaily, HortiDaily, and our Dutch newsletters GroentenNieuws and BPnieuws. For one month, we will pay more attention to everything that is being built in this sector.Besides new projects, we will also highlight technical innovations. What…

Greenhouse building of the future on Discovery Channel’s "How Do They Do It"

The greenhouses building of the future is within range and has actually already started. In this season of ‘’How Do They Do It’’ on Discovery Channel, host Tim Senders visited innovative companies that all operate sustainably in their own way. In the fourth episode of the season, greenhouse horticulture…


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