Indoor Vertical Pinkhouses Farm

Indoor Vertical Pinkhouses Farm

Indoor Vertical Pinkhouses Farm

Indoor Vertical Pinkhouses farm at Caliber Biotherapeutics in Bryan, Texas, grow plants faster with less energy, using blue and red LEDs.

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Barry Holtz at Caliber Biotherapeutics, built a 150,000-square-foot Vertical Farm, completely isolated, that has never seen the light of day.

He grows 2.2 million plants under the glow of blue and red LEDs, with wavelengths that match those that get absorbed by photosynthesis.

According to Holtz, his type of indoor gardening isn’t going to replace traditional farms anytime soon. “We developed these lights to correctly match the photosynthesis needs of our plants. We get almost 20 percent faster growth rate and save a lot energy.”

Indoor Vertical Pinkhouses Farm

“Caliber utilizes technological pathways to enable rapid development of safe and effective therapeutics for cancer and other diseases. With broad capabilities in plant, cell culture, and microbial-based development systems, Caliber maintains the full range of options for product development to respond to current unmet patient and global needs in therapeutic protein and vaccine development and manufacturing.”



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By |2013-05-27T11:32:40+03:00May 27, 2013|Categories: Technology news|Tags: |

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