What does the future of conventional agriculture look like? Does it include vertical farming and indoor ag?

What does the future of conventional agriculture look like?  Does it include vertical farming and indoor ag?

Leading Japanese indoor ag tech companies to visit the heart of U.S. agricultural research and biotechnology community to attend controlled environment networking event. If you […]

Japanese Ag Tech Visits Heart of U.S. Agribusiness

Japanese Ag Tech Visits Heart of U.S. Agribusiness

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 JC Raulston Arboretum in the York Auditorium North Carolina State University 4415 Beryl Rd. Raleigh, NC 27606 Urban Ag News and […]

The benefits of supplemental CO2 are worth the cost

The benefits of supplemental CO2 are worth the cost

Originally published in Issue 8 The benefits of supplemental carbon dioxide (CO2) on greenhouse crops are easy to quantify. Faster production times, higher yields and […]

How do you create a sustainable, economical vertical farm?

How do you create a sustainable, economical vertical farm?

Princeton University’s Vertical Farming Project aims to improve the sustainability of vertical farm production systems for commercial growers. The lack of accurate information related to […]

Organic Hydroponics with industry pioneer Michael Christian

Organic Hydroponics with industry pioneer Michael Christian

At Urban Ag News, we’re all about educating our readers with the goal of providing valuable input from a wide variety of industry professionals. Without […]

Is the future of farming in public schools?

Is the future of farming in public schools?

Originally published in Issue 13 By Jennifer Prescott On a chilly February 26, excited student greenhouse ambassadors of PS84 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn greeted a host […]

Growing in the Bahamas isn’t always paradise

Growing in the Bahamas isn’t always paradise

Originally published in Issue 16 Lucayan Tropical Produce has been growing greenhouse vegetables in The Bahamas for 12 years, but it has taken some adjustments […]

Market diversification enables MightyVine to supply multiple clients

Market diversification enables MightyVine to supply multiple clients

Originally published in Issue 16 Although MightyVine has only been growing greenhouse tomatoes for a year, its sister companies have enabled its product to be […]

Helping school children eat healthy

Helping school children eat healthy

Originally published in Issue 15, October 2016 Chris Higgins, general manager at Hort Americas, talks about why he and his company are involved with Tour […]

Growing in a “perfect” greenhouse climate

Growing in a “perfect” greenhouse climate

Originally published in Issue 16 Although it may be difficult to create the perfect greenhouse climate for growing plants, there are variables growers can control […]

Urban Agriculture Production Act could help eliminate urban food deserts

Urban Agriculture Production Act could help eliminate urban food deserts

Urban Agriculture Production Act offers growers, retailers and consumers opportunity to produce, market and purchase locally-grown food. Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (OH-09) introduced the Urban Agriculture […]

Developing the right light recipes for greenhouse vegetable crops

Developing the right light recipes for greenhouse vegetable crops

Originally published in Issue 15 Canadian researchers at the Harrow Research and Development Centre are working with growers to determine which horticultural lights are the […]

For hydroponic educator, innovation is a way of life

For hydroponic educator, innovation is a way of life

Originally published in Issue 15 By Sidsel Robards Not many teachers can come back to school telling students that their summer vacation included a visit […]

Determining the potential benefits of LEDs on plants

Determining the potential benefits of LEDs on plants

Originally published in Issue 15, October 2016 Researchers at Wageningen University in the Netherlands are studying the effects of LED lights on the growth, flowering […]