Holerilla in Italy uses Valoya L-series lamps with the AP673L spectrum to grow a wide variety of microgreens. The microgreens are grown using around 80 µmol/m2/s in a controlled environment. Despite low energy usage, the microgreens have a good texture, good colors and they are very tasty.
The L-series LED tubes with the AP673L spectrum is a cost effective alternative for vertical farms providing superior growth results in comparison to traditional red/blue LED and fluorescent tubes. The durability of Valoya L-series tubes is excellent with a lifetime up to 4 times longer than competitor products. A true T8 form factor allows cost effective one-to-one replacement of 600, 900, 1200 and 1500 mm fluorescent tubes (2, 3, 4 and 5 feet respectively).
We have strengthen our team in Europe with two new biologists. This brings our expertise closer to your projects and allows us to follow up trials and installations more conveniently. We have also added a couple of persons to our Helsinki office to ensure quick response for customers outside our reseller network.
22. – 26.5.2016 8th International Symposium on Light in Horticulture, USA
14. – 16.6.2016 GreenTech, The Netherlands
Valoya offers led grow lights both for traditional and new production methods. Our product range cover LED lights for installations in growth chambers and growth rooms, multilayer cultivation, interlighting, conveyor applications with moving lights or conveyors and high intensity greenhouse lighting.
Cora Seeds, an Italian seed company dedicated to the research, production and marketing of professional vegetable seeds, uses Valoya L-series tubes in their plant breeding process.
Valoya’s wide spectrum light offers excellent uniformity and allows good visual quality control of plants. The L-series LED tubes save more than 50% of energy in comparison with fluorescent tubes while still providing excellent growth results. The durability of Valoya L-series tubes is excellent with a lifetime up to 4 times longer than competitor products.
Written by Valoya Research Team
Written on Tuesday, 04 August 2015 23:57 in Valoya blogRead more...