- Improvements in tomato production, quality and predictability lead Agro-Inwest to expand its LED installation from 25 to 68.5 hectares – an area equivalent to 100 soccer pitches
- First look inside the world’s largest LED horticulture lighting project in new video
Eindhoven, the Netherlands – Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, today announced that Agro-Inwest, one of Russia’s most modern and rapidly growing companies cultivating fresh vegetables will expand its use of Philips LED lighting for growing tomatoes from its current 25 hectares to 68.5 hectares – an area of greenhouses equivalent to 100 soccer pitches. In 2017, Signify and Agro-Inwest introduced the largest LED horticulture lighting project in the world. The quick payoff and the clearly visible improvements in the crop yield, has led to the company expanding its investment in Philips GreenPower LED toplighting and Philips GreenPower LED interlighting system for its tomato production. The scale of the project illustrates Signify’s leadership in horticultural lighting.
Click here to take a look inside Agro-Inwest’s greenhouse.