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LED does more than just save on energy.

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The Philips lighting stand will be present at this weeks HDC Focus on Light Spectrum for Horticulture conference at STC.


Focus on Light Spectrum for Horticulture Event

The impact of light on commercial horticulture goes beyond driving growth via photosynthesis.  Specific wavelengths of light are capable of manipulating plant shape, colour of leaves and flowers, rooting, chemical composition and timing of flowering, as well as attracting pests out of crops and preventing disease spread.  This event, aimed at growers and their technical representatives, provides an update on how Spectral Filters and Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) may generate commercial benefits for both edible and ornamental crops and to review the experiences of some of the early adopters of this technology from the industry.  Delegates will have an opportunity to tour the new LED4Crops facility at STC.

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The FAO decisions on Food Security after Rome Conference. Lots of surveys

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Delivering More Crop Per Drop Conference

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Horticulture: Building an industry for the future, IoH Conference & AGM

Horticulture: Building an industry for the future

IoH Conference & AGM

Saturday 6 October 2012

Capel Manor Gardens, Bullsmoor Lane, Enfield, EN1 4RQ

The Institute of Horticulture’s Conference and AGM are taking place at the Capel Manor Gardens – 30 acres of richly planted themed gardens and landscapes surrounding a Georgian Manor House and Victorian Stables. New this year are the Melbourne Botanic Garden, ex-Chelsea Gold Medal winning garden, and the Ecopark Recycled Garden.

Lord Taylor of Holbeach CBE, Parliamentary Under Secretary Defra, will present the James Bruce Memorial Lecture – Growing commercial horticulture in the UK – as part of the morning programme.

We are delighted to announce that Phil Askew will be our After Dinner Speaker.

The Olympic Park was a star of the Games and Phil, who first spoke about the plans for the Park to our conference delegates in 2010, will  tell us about his work as Project Sponsor Parklands & Public Realm, at London Legacy Development Corporation, transforming the park post Games into a new public park for London.

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