Today we’ve got Autogrow’s CEO Darryn Keiller here to reflect on the Ag-Innovation Showcase in St Louis, MO earlier this year. It was a great pleasure to be part of the #16AIS event. Highlights for me included: Impressive thought leadership As was my experience in 2015, the thought leadership around meeting some of our most pressing […]
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Darryn Keiller, Chairman of Autogrow spoke at the 2016 Ag Innovation Showcase as a part of the Opening Keynote: Views from the Farm on Tuesday, September 13th. This post was originally published on the Ag Innovation Showcase Blog. Indoor ag is here to stay, and it has nowhere to go but up. Literally. What is Indoor Agriculture? With so many names, sometimes it’s […]
Temperature and light for herbs varies from herb to herb, but we generically run three different temperature “zones” during winter. Most herbs have a minimum light threshold to grow, with some needing a much higher level than others. The cost to deliver both light and heat to achieve plant optimum growth rates throughout the year […]