GLASE announces its 2019 webinar and technical articles series

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Webinars

The GLASE Webinar Series features the latest technological innovations and best practices in the controlled environment agriculture (CEA) industry providing the participants an opportunity to discover new solutions and to connect with industry experts. The webinars are free.

July 25 • 2-3 p.m. EDT – REGISTER HERE
Supplemental greenhouse lighting during propagation
Presented by Erik Runkle and Roberto Lopez, Michigan State University

Aug. 22 • 2-3 p.m. EDT – REGISTER HERE
National greenhouse database
Presented by Erico Mattos, GLASE

Sept. 26 • 2-3 p.m. EDT – REGISTER HERE
Humidity control in greenhouses and other indoor plant environments
Presented by Nadia Sabeh, Dr. Greenhouse, Inc

Oct. 24 • 2-3 p.m. EDT – REGISTER HERE
Strawberry and tomato responses to light and CO2 control
Presented by Neil Mattson and Jonathan Allred, Cornell University

Nov. 21 • 2-3 p.m. EDT – REGISTER HERE
Off-season strawberry production under controlled environments
Presented by Chieri Kubota, Ohio State University

Dec. 2019
LED basics applied to horticulture lighting systems
Presented by Bob Karlicek, Center for. Lighting Enabled Systems and Applications

Jan. 2020
Horticultural lighting systems energy-savings calculations
Presented by Neil Mattson, Cornell University, and A.J. Both, Rutgers University

Feb. 2020
Influence of temperature and daily light integral on culinary herb production
Presented by Roberto Lopez and Kellie Walters, Michigan State University

March 2020
Lighting approaches to maximizing profits
Presented by Marc van Iersel, University of Georgia

Technical Articles 

The GLASE Technical Articles series delivers the latest GLASE research updates. In a series of 10 publications researchers from Cornell University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Rutgers University will cover a wide range of applied CEA technologies including new LED lighting systems, integrated CEA control systems, measurement standards, energy modeling and commercial case studies. The articles will be published on a monthly basis.

  • July 2019 – New horticultural Research LED lights  
  • Aug. 2019 – Light and shade system implementation (LASSI)  
  • Sept. 2019 – Light measurements and distribution in tall canopy crops
  • Oct. 2019 – A new greenhouse light spectral acquisition system
  • Nov. 2019 – Plant responses to integrated light and CO2 control
  • Dec. 2020 – Horticultural lighting standards
  • Jan. 2020 –  Remote chlorophyll fluorescence  detection system
  • Feb. 2020 – Controlled environment agriculture (CEA) energy modeling
  • March 2020 – A modified infra red gas analyses for light response curves
  • April 2020 – GLASE commercial pilots – A case study

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