Resources | White Papers | Horticulture | Mouser | Aug 17, 2018

WHITE PAPER - LEDs Lead the Way for Horticultural Lighting

Horticultural lighting is one of the fastest growing markets in the LED lighting industry today. Currently estimated at being worth $690 million dollars annually by LEDInside, this figure is projected to reach billions in the coming years.

Download this white paper and learn:

  • The need for horticultural lighting
  • Changes to the fundamental technology
  • Lighting for Greenhouses
  • Lighting for Vertical Farming
  • Illuminating the future of food
  • Additional Reading

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