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Most of the Arize Factor LED grow lights produced at Current's North Carolina plant are expected to be used
Ohioans depend on our country’s infrastructure every day. Whether it’s commuting to and from get off work, connecting to the Internet, buying things online that depend on our ports, freight rai
The Hartford City Council is exploring to provide some municipal buildings with an additional line of defense against COVID-19-ultraviolet radiation systems can kill viruses and bacteria in the air
The Apalachee Regional Planning Commission has a $65 million plan to use illegal hemp that was released by the 2018 Farm Bill to develop a North Florida manufacturing base in Tallahassee.
Written by Anne Fischer on November 15, 2021
The indoor lighting market for horticulture applications is strong. Due to the legalization in many regions of the world, the compound annual gr
Thanksgiving is approaching (how did this happen?!), the holiday is approaching, and many Southern California botanical gardens are holding holiday light shows. My neighbors have installed lights i
My houseplant seems to be under pressure. I noticed more brown and yellow leaves and leaf tips. I can hardly see the growth of new leaves. What should I do to cheer them up?
With the arrival