Sustainability is one of our top priorities, and we believe it should be at the heart of modern horticulture.

Here you’ll find articles discussing sustainability in greenhouses and grow rooms, energy efficiency, and more.

What Is Vertical Farming and What You Should Know About It

What Is Vertical Farming?Vertical farming is one of many new, innovative, technology-driven cultivation methods. As the name suggests, vertical cultivation means stacking crops on top of each other, in order to optimize space use, and ultimately grow more produce. Vertical farms have various benefits compared to traditional farming: Efficient Read More ›

How to Improve Grow Room Energy Efficiency

How To Improve Grow Room Energy Efficiency Grow room energy efficiency is a crucial factor that can affect the profitability of any grow operation. Growing crops in indoor grow rooms is highly effective. Indoors, growers have total control over their environment, and can optimize growing conditions to the Read More ›

Implementing ESG with Greenhouse Dehumidification

Implementing ESG with Greenhouse Dehumidification Promoting sustainability and other ESG factors is at the core of DryGair’s mission. The company was founded with the sole purpose of improving commercial horticulture and food production, while reducing its environmental impact. By identifying the inefficiency of humidity control in commercial greenhouses and Read More ›

Preventing Downy Mildew Without Fungicides

Preventing Downy Mildew Without Fungicides Downy mildew is a very common mold, present around the world in greenhouses and grow rooms. It’s a humidity related fungal disease, caused by a family of different oomycetes. While symptoms are slightly different, it’s often misidentified as powdery mildew or gray mold. Read More ›

How to Reduce Greenhouse Light Pollution

How to Reduce Greenhouse Light PollutionIn many places in N. America and Europe, residents are complaining about light pollution, in the form of bright purple lights covering the nighttime sky. These strange lights aren’t a mystery, they come from greenhouses. Most commonly, cannabis greenhouses. These complaints are now moving Read More ›

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