Why Urban and Vertical Farming Are Changing How We Grow

What Is Urban and Vertical Farming?

First coined by American geologist Gilbert Bailey in 1915, the term  vertical farming  was initially a practical solution to a lack of sustainable soil by growing  up  instead of out. In 1999, Dickson Despommier, a professor at New York's Columbia University, popularized the modern idea of vertical farming. 
Read More

How To Prevent Canopy Overheating With Heat Mapping

Most growers are aware that different types of plants have varying preferred climates in which they grow. Some plants grow happily in one environment throughout their entire life cycle; others grow best in one environment during the vegetative stage and another during the flowering stage. 

Read More

Harvest HOC Talks Fertigation

Growlink is proud to work with companies like Harvest HOC, who support local communities, invest in charitable organizations, and work to educate the public on how medical marijuana may assist a variety of ailments. Recently, we sat down with Gram Garby, cultivation manager at its greenhouse in Gainseville, Florida. 

Read More

The Importance of Monitoring EC Levels In Your Indoor Grow

The Importance of Monitoring EC Levels In Your Indoor Grow

There are numerous things in your indoor grow that are critical to measure and monitor to keeps things growing. Lighting, CO2 levels, airflow, for example, are essential aspects of your business that need to be regularly observed and adjusted. But it's also vital to measure EC levels.

Read More

Can Urban Farming Change The Way We Grow?

Urban farming is widespread for many reasons, such as sustainability, affordability, health, and convenience. Today urban farming exists in many forms, including community and backyard gardens, rooftop and balcony gardening, indoor vertical farming, just to name a few.

Read More

Grassroots Cannabis: Customer Highlight

Mitch Kahn co-founded Grassroots Cannabis in 2014. Since its humble beginnings, the company has scaled up considerably and secured 27 licenses in seven states with more than 300 employees. 

Read More

Best Agricultrual Injectors For Indoor Grow Operations

Fertilizer injectors have been used for decades and are utilized by the majority of growers in the U.S. to apply water-soluble fertilizers to plants. These devices "inject" a pre-determined amount of concentrated fertilizer solution into an irrigation line so that the water supplies the proper concentration of fertilizer to the crops. 

Read More

Must-Have Equipment For Your Greenhouse

Regardless of size, here is your must-have list of equipment before you start growing.


Whether you're planning to grow fruits and vegetables for your family, create an award-winning flower garden, or grow commercial, here are some must-have equipment options to consider. Because like everything in life, nothing stays the same, and agriculture is no different. 

Read More

Fanatical Customer Service During The Covid-19 Crisis

With the current global crisis transforming how we do business, the good folks at Growlink have asked me to talk to their clients and customer service support team to examine how they're adapting to the ever-changing circumstances they find themselves in.

To start, I wanted to get a distinct look at their clients. The diversity of their clients is immense. From hobbyists growing orchids in a closet to massive, multi-state cannabis grow operations; it's an eclectic crowd.

Read More

Can CO2 Increase Your Greenhouse Yield?

The quick answer is yes, but to properly adust CO2 levels, it's crucial to comprehend how the process works. So let's start with a little CO2 education. 

Read More

Subscribe Here!