Resource Magazine September/October 2013 : Page 22

GREENHOUSE HYDROPONIC TOMATOES GROWN VIA INTRA-CANOPY LEDs, left A . J . B o t h , Associate Extension Specialist, Bioresource Engineering, Department of Environmental Sciences, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, N.J., USA “New developments in LED lighting technology provide exciting opportunities for horticultural applications. This photo was taken at a research project site by Greenhouse Horticulture, part of Wageningen University and Research Centre, and GreenQ at their greenhouse complex in Bleiswijk, The Netherlands. The researcher pictured is Tom Dueck from Wageningen UR.” PLUG TRAYS AND HANGING BASKETS, right “Space optimization is key to the economical production of plants in greenhouses, as photographed in Young’s Plant Farm, Auburn, Ala.” BIONENERGY: ON THE MOVE R o b e r t “B o bb y ” Gr i s s o Professor, Biological Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Associate Director Virginia Cooperative Extension, Blacksburg, USA “Field operations for switchgrass harvest for bioenergy near Vore, Tenn.” AGAINST THE RISING SUN P e t e r A k o L a r bi , Postdoctoral Research Associate, Washington State University Center for Precision and Automated Agricultural Systems, Prosser, Wash., USA “Paul Clayton captured me setting up a spray dispersion experiment to validate a developed spray model at the University of Florida’s Citrus Research and Education, Lake Alfred. The model was published in Transactions of the ASABE 55(1): 29-39.” 22 September/October 2013 RESOURCE

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