To date in France, Europe and the world there are a multitude of greenhouses of different types such as tunnel, double paroies, glass, open, semi-open, closed etc. Each of these production tools has pros and cons. Nevertheless there is a convergence point, the light remains one of the problems in the process of photosynthesis the least mastered by the different agricultural sectors. In fact, today there are several passive or active techniques to regulate the temperature, to control the input of input but to close the loop of the photosynthetic triptych, the management of light remains the least controlled part. In this common problem, to each its specificity, the geolocation governed by the barriers of light leads to different cropping lines to ISO production. It is in these peculiarities that VGD evolves and controls the luminous stress of plants.

Benefits of VGD solutions

For years as for mastered techniques; VGD passively or actively brings light management on a production. Through the VGD solution you can:

  • anticipating the light needs of culture
  • prepare plants to receive the maximum of natural light to promote energy savings
  • maximize the photosynthetic process
  • increase performance
  • accelerate or slow down the metabolism of the plant (allows less to undergo the market demand)
  • increase the Brix rate of your fruits and vegetables
  • homogenize production
  • possibility to produce all year round
  • have a follow-up of your crops not our experts in plant ecophysiology
Led lighting for CTIFL greenhouses