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Commercial Hydroponics are always looking for new, exciting and creative ideas. That’s why there’s always lot’s happening. You can find out what that is, right here on our website. Feel free to drop in regularly – there’s always something new to discover.

6th
January
2015

Ongoing LED light research

Ongoing LED research by Prof Leo Marcelis at Wageningen University

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22nd
December
2014

New Classification of Baby Leaf Salads

On the 1st January 2015 changes to MRL commodity classifications under Annex I of EC Regulation 396/2005 will come into effect. This clarifies the definition of Baby Leaf Salad Crops stating that plants will need to be harvested before the 8th true leaf is formed.

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19th
December
2014

Valoya delivers light to Selecta Klemm's new Tissue Culture Production Facility

Selecta Klemm GmbH have recently installed Valoya wide spectrum LED-luminaire lights at their facility in Stuttgart, Germany. They are a leading company in floriculture that produce ornamental plants worldwide and have installed the LED lights in the new tissue culture production facitity.

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16th
December
2014

Urban Agriculture Underground

Growing Underground are an innovative commercial hydroponic farm located in the London Underground

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12th
December
2014

Poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima)

Today – 12th December, is Poinsettia Day. This marks the death of Joel Roberts Poinsett in 1851 who was responsible for introducing the Poinsettia plant to the US from Mexico. It is also why the plant is known as a Poinsettia.

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2nd
December
2014

Horticultural Innovation Australia Ltd.

A new industry services body for Australian horticulture.

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25th
November
2014

Case Study - Pocket Herbs

Australian hydroponic farm produce Micro Greens and Baby Leaf Herbs

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18th
November
2014

Project Urban Grow feeds the Elephants

Project Urban Grow, at UK based HydroGarden, produced a crop of 2000 lettuces which were fed to the Asian Elephants at a local zoo.

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5th
November
2014

The Poppy

There are about 50 botanical species of Poppy which grow wild over most parts of the world but there are many more named varieties in cultivation.

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