July 2017
Philips Horticulture LED Solutions Newsletter

In this newsletter:
• UK: Flavourfresh breaks the winter barrier with LED grow lights
• US: Leader in bedding plants installs large-scale LED system
• NL: Meet vitamin C-rich arugula grown with LEDs
• US: Lettuce and herbs at Great Lakes Growers now look better and taste better
• RU: Philips Lighting begins world’s largest horticultural LED lighting project in Russia
• NL: Meet our colleague, Business Manager Wim Steeghs
• Explore smart city life in 2030 in our virtual reality experience
• Philips Horticulture LED Solutions expands international partner network
• US: A "must see" session at Cultivate'17

• Cultivate'17 (Columbus, US)
• Technical Seminar BOPP (Oxfordshire, UK)
• Four Oaks (Cheshire, UK)
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IPM 2017

Columbus, US


Learn how LED lighting is helping growers improve their crop production at Cultivate’17 which takes place from July 15th to 18th.
Visit us at Booth #1637 when you’re around!


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Technical Seminar BOPP
Oxfordshire, UK


The British Ornamental Plant Producers (BOPP) celebrate their 21st anniversary on July 18th at the HTA office in Oxfordshire. Our Key Account Manager Erik Jansen will be showcasing our advanced LED toplighting to members.


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Four Oaks
Cheshire, UK


On 5-6 September the 47th commercial trade show of Four Oaks takes place. Massive displays of plant material form the heart of the show. We will be joining a wide variety of exhibitors.


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