ISHS Talks on Vertical Farming
A series of ISHS Talks on Vertical Farming organized by Prof. Dr. Francesco Orsini, Prof. Dr. Leo F.M. Marcelis and Prof. Dr. Murat Kacira
For further details about the ISHS HortDialogues webinar series see https://www.ishs.org/hortdialogues
ISHS Talks on Vertical Farming - a series of recorded webinars targeting key research questions associated to vertical farming.
Registration is not required for this series. Each video will be released here for online viewing on the respective release dates and will remain available for on-demand viewing afterward.
Download the programme brochure here (link will open a new window).
- 1 June 2021: Are vertical farms sustainable for the environment?
Michael Martin, IVL - Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Sweden
- 15 June 2021: What are the critical choices and decisions towards next generation plant factories?
Eri Hayashi, Japan Plant Factory Association, Japan
- 1 July 2021: Do we need green light in vertical farming?
Erik Runkle, Michigan State University, USA
- 15 July 2021: Can we control intumescence injury in tomatoes grown under LED light?
Chieri Kubota, Ohio State University, USA
- 1 August 2021: What is the role of light spectrum on lettuce leaf pigmentation?
Laura Cammarisano, IGZ Grossbeeren, Germany
- 15 August 2021: Can we improve resources use efficiency through optimised lighting?
Giuseppina Pennisi, University of Bologna, Italy
- 1 September 2021: What is the role of far-red light on fruit crops?
Ji Yongran, Wageningen University and Research, Netherlands
- 15 September 2021: Is there a market for vertical farming products?
Maria Bustamante, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
- 1 October 2021: Will our food supply chain be transformed by vertical farming?
Christine Zimmermann-Lössl, Association of Vertical Farming, Germany
- 15 October 2021: How important is light intensity during lettuce propagation?
Kellie J. Walters, University of Tennessee, USA
- 1 November 2021: What are needed innovations for space crop production that may also benefit vertical farming?
Gioia Massa, NASA Kennedy Space Center, USA