Dynamic lighting in greenhouses: GLASE 2024 Summit in Montréal, QC, November 6

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Researchers, growers, and manufacturers convene to share expertise and research under the theme of dynamic lighting

The Cornell University Greenhouse Lighting and Systems Engineering (GLASE) consortium announced the 2024 GLASE Summit will take place on November 6, 2024 at the Hotel St. Paul in Montréal, Quebec in Canada. The theme of the 2024 GLASE Summit is Exploring Dynamic Lighting.

Registration is limited to 100 attendees. To secure your spot in Montreal, select the Register Now button on https://glase.org/glase-summit-2024/ and choose Individual registration for $100 or bundle individual GLASE membership and 2024 GLASE Summit registration for $250.

Growers, researchers, manufacturers, educators, policymakers, and other industry leaders from across North America and beyond will gather to explore dynamic lighting via thought-provoking researcher and grower panels, presentations on new technologies, and an exciting keynote from Tessa Pocock, Chief Science Officer of Soli Organic about dynamic lighting in nature and the greenhouse, circadian rhythms, and sole source lighting.

In addition to learning from the roster of U.S. and Canadian speakers, GLASE Summit attendees can attend a Vivid Canopy networking event. Vivid Canopy celebrates and fosters diversity in the controlled environmental agriculture (CEA) industry.

GLASE Industry Advisory Board (IAB) members attend annual Summits for free and access members-only greenhouse tours and an IAB meeting. This year, IAB members will visit tomato and strawberry greenhouses and observe dynamic lighting systems in action.

Sollum Technologies sponsor the 2024 GLASE Summit. “We are happy to be an anchor partner of this year’s GLASE Summit and help usher in a new era of greenhouse technologies. Our commitment to dynamic lighting promotes superior plant growth and helps the greenhouse community commit to a more sustainable future. This summit is a vital hub of ideas and innovations propelling the industry forward,” shared Jenny Zammit, VP of Marketing at Sollum Technologies.

For more information:
GLASE
Matthew Del Buono
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