A deep dive into the methods used to optimise the production of vegetables in climate controlled greenhouses

Protected horticulture, or growing crops in greenhouses, offers high quality production of vegetable to help feed the world fresh and healthy food. Greenhouses have a potential for high productivity, offering up to 10-15 times more fresh produce than open field farming. One of the main reasons to grow vegetables indoor, is the option to control the light, water and humidity inside. The news articles we provide, show innovations that enable vegetable growers to optimise e.g. the indoor climate, soil, fertilizer, air humidity, irrigation systems and energy usage, and show insights into preventing and treating pests.