University of Arizona Hydroponic Tomato Online Intensive Workshop

The University of Arizona’s Controlled Environment Agriculture Center is hosting a Hydroponic Tomato Online Intensive Workshop – November 16th & 17th via Zoom (click here to register). Taught by Dr. Stacy Tollefson, this two-day event is perfect for novice growers and will be packed with tons of critical information and research discoveries that UA-CEAC has assembled into […]

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University of Arizona CEAC Hydroponic Online Intensive Workshop

Are you interested in growing tomatoes hydroponically? Join the University of Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture Center for the Hydroponic Online Intensive Workshop – November 16 & 17 via Zoom. Taught by Dr. Stacy Tollefson, this two-day event is perfect for novice growers and will be packed with tons of critical information and research discoveries that UA-CEAC has assembled […]

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‘Managing Water Quality and Biofilm for Indoor Production’ by Dr. Paul Fisher

Indoor Ag Sci Café presents ‘Managing Water Quality and Biofilm for Indoor Production’ by Dr. Paul Fisher (University of Florida). This comprehensive summary is an essential information for indoor farming! February Indoor Ag Sci Café focused on water quality and biofilm for indoor production. Dr. Fisher discussed characteristics of different source water and their potential […]

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University of Arizona Greenhouse Crop Production & Engineering Design Short Course, March 2020

University of Arizona – Controlled Environment Agriculture Center – Short Course Join us March 2 – 6 for CEAC’s Short Course! REGISTER HERE!  Click HERE to reserve your room at the Tucson Marriott University Park Hotel Get your questions answered and increase your hydroponic growing know-how at the Greenhouse Crop Production & Engineering Design Short Course! Expand your knowledge […]

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Improving the profitability and sustainability of indoor leafy-greens production

A multi-university team of horticulturists, engineers and agricultural economists led by Michigan State University (MSU) has received a four-year, $2.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to study indoor production of leafy greens. Industry partners have matched funding, bringing the project total to $5.4 million. The investigators on the grant include: Erik Runkle, […]

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University of Arizona offers Greenhouse Crop Productions and Engineering Design short course

Join us March 2 – 6 for CEAC’s Short Course! Get your questions answered and increase your hydroponic growing know-how at the Greenhouse Crop Production & Engineering Design Short Course! Expand your knowledge during a four day intensive conference including 3 full days of lecture, 1 day of hands-on training workshops at CEAC facilities, and […]

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The University of Arizona offers Intensive Workshops, January 2020

The University of Arizona through their Controlled Environment Agriculture Center offers Intensive Workshops in January 2020 Tomatoes, lettuces and leafy greens – we eat them every day! (or we SHOULD!) But how do we grow them sustainably with delicious flavor?  Join the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center to answer these questions and more. Our esteemed staff […]

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New York City needs more vertical farms: Urban growth on a higher plane

By Joel Cuello, Originally published by New York Daily News, Oct. 1, 2019 While New York City as a whole by no means is a food desert, wherein access to fresh produce by its residents is severely constrained, such access nonetheless appears to require significant enhancement. The 2019 American Fitness Index for America’s 100 largest cities, for instance, […]

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Intensive course in Hydroponic Lettuce and Leafy Greens at University of Arizona

The Controlled Environment Agriculture Center is offering an intensive course in Hydroponic Lettuce and Leafy Greens October 5th through the 9th. Lettuces and leafy greens – we eat them every day! (or we SHOULD!) But how do we grow them sustainably with delicious flavor?  Join the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center to answer these questions and […]

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Environmental Uniformity and Climate Control in Plant Factory with Artificial Lighting

Environmental Uniformity and Climate Control in Plant Factory with Artificial Lighting” by Dr. Murat Kacira (University of Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture Center). Indoor Ag Science Café in April was full of data on climate uniformity, crop productivity as well as energy use in indoor farming, presented by Dr. Murat Kacira.  Murat is a professor and the […]

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University of Arizona Greenhouse Crop Production & Engineering Design March 2019 Short Course

Combine lectures with hands-on workshops at the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center of the University of Arizona on March 11-15, 2019. Three days of lectures from prominent Controlled Environment Agriculture experts from Arizona and around the country. A full day of hands-on workshops that focus on different aspects of Controlled Environment Agriculture. Great Networking Opportunities with […]

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Hydroponic Intensive Workshops at the University of Arizona

The University of Arizona’s Controlled Environment Agriculture Center is gearing up for it’s Hydroponic Intensive Workshops that will occur in January 2019. The CEAC’s unique facilities support a quality of learning experience, where knowledge from classroom lectures is immediately applied in the greenhouse. The length and thoroughness of CEAC intensive workshop is unmatched! You’ll be ripe […]

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Hydroponic Intensive Workshops at the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center

The Controlled Environment Agriculture Center of the University of Arizona presents Hydronic Intensive Workshop event on October 12-15, 2018. Why Intensitve Workshops? Education Immediately meets application CEAC’S unique facilities support a quality learning experience, where knowledge from classroom lectures is immediately applied in the greenhouse. Substancial time for immersion The length and thoroughness of CEAC Intensive […]

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Greenhouse Glazing

Many greenhouse growers, both new and old, have a lot of questions on what are the best options for covering their greenhouse. This short video by Dr. Gene Giacomelli (Professor of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering and Controlled Environment Agriculture at the University of Arizona.) and Dr A.J. Booth (Extension Specialist in Horticultural Engineering, Energy, Hydroponics […]

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