September 28-29, 2021
100% virtual in 2021, the HortiCann Light + Tech Conference focuses on the latest advances in horticultural lighting. Formerly known as the Horticultural Lighting Conference, this annual event has led the way in transforming horticultural practices by connecting research and technology to growers around the world. As technology and agriculture are working together more than even before – this conference is an opportunity to expand your knowledge in the field and network with some key manufacturers.
The conference attracts an audience including cannabis and other commercial growers, greenhouse manufacturers, urban and vertical farmers, horticultural lighting specialists, and more. Attendees will learn about the latest advances, research, and case-study findings regarding lighting optimization and efficacy, energy and cost savings, operations and environmental control systems, and strategies for integrating multiple ag-tech management technology platforms.
Register today for only $25 and receive:
- Complete access to the virtual conference
- Access to session recordings and the event platform for 60 days after the live portion concludes
- 2 Continuing Education Webinars presented by LEDs Magazine, DesignLights Consortium (DLC), and the Resource Innovation Institute:
- The October webinar will focus on the results of a joint research survey on the advanced use of total environmental controls in horticultural applications. The research will focus on controlled environment agriculture (CEA) operations in settings such as greenhouses, single-layer indoor farms, and vertical farming indoors. The research will examine controls used for horticultural lighting and also for other environmental elements including nutrients, airflow, temperature, humidity, water, and more.
- The November webinar will focus on the Resource Innovation Institute’s new Controls Best Practices Guide, which includes controlling and automating many aspects of the operation. Derek Smith, Executive Director of the Resource Innovation Institute, will cover controls for HVAC, moisture, temperature, nutrients, and lighting.