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A transatlantic partnership serving the microgreens industry

A transatlantic partnership serving the microgreens industry

Canada’s Hamill APS, a manufacturer of agricultural processing equipment, and Food Autonomy have teamed up to manufacture and promote machinery and solutions used by microgreen growers worldwide. Hamill plans to use the business model established with the Hungarian company to increase its footprint across the globe.

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Bringing on the vertical farming revolution

Bringing on the vertical farming revolution

Vertical farming holds the promise of being a solution for global food security while also leaving a much smaller carbon footprint than traditional agriculture. The challenge is to make this business broadly applicable and competitive in terms of price. Dutch start-up Glowfarms, together with Food Autonomy, plan to do just that.

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Sustainability and science in crop growing

Sustainability and science in crop growing

Sustainability is becoming a key concept in greenhouse horticulture as growers seek to reduce energy consumption while achieving better yields. Wageningen University in the Netherlands joined forces with Hungary-based lighting provider Food Autonomy to deliver the best lighting conditions for pot anthurium grown in greenhouse conditions.

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Insect farming: a way to a sustainable future

Insect farming: a way to a sustainable future

Global climate change is affecting every aspect of human society. The need for environmental protection and the growing population of the planet are driving humanity to innovate and develop out-of-the-box solutions. The food industry is at the forefront of this renewal, as more and more food is needed, our natural resources are finite and the industry’s ecological footprint is significant. The cooperation between Food Autonomy and Grinsect, one of the most promising Hungarian agricultural startups, is rooted in sustainability and environmental protection.

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LEDFan: lighting the way to a better tomorrow

LEDFan: lighting the way to a better tomorrow

As climate change becomes part of our everyday lives, an increasing number of consumers are asking for and purchasing products that have been produced sustainably, including fruits and vegetables. In response to consumer demands but also aware of the environmental costs of energy usage, leading tomato producer Lans Group of The Netherlands and Budapest-based Food Autonomy have jointly developed LEDFan, a new toplight for greenhouses that promises to revolutionize the industry.

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Tungsram lamps at the forefront of scientific research

Tungsram lamps at the forefront of scientific research

Tungsram partnered with the Eötvös Lóránd Research Network to promote plant research in a bid to ensure the future of agriculture is less dependent on external conditions. The company’s lighting fixtures are used in research projects related to plant phenotyping that are sponsored by the European Union.

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Green Technology in the Service of Farming

Green Technology in the Service of Farming

Tungsram and GreeenTech Join Forces to Help Set up Urban Farms

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