Wednesday, April 13, 2011

LED lamps replaces the sun..?

A company from the company "PlantLab" has just made a big faktory that uses a led technology instead of the sun to grov plants and stuff. Well it´s one thing thats make me laugh abit, The comany is located in Netherlands. What do you think I believe that the purpose of these lights are for? hehehe....

37 comments:

  1. Yes... tulips, of course. That is exactly what I am thinking as well.

    ;)

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  2. Well it certainly isn't so 'unusual crops' can be grown out of thee public eye.
    For real though, I would love large scale indoor farming. No more hurricane, drought, dust bowl, etc conditions to interrupt the food supply.

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  3. Wait... so if I put one of these in my room... I never have to go outside again?

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  4. and now i'm worried about the future xD
    Interesting site man, I'll be checking back:)

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  5. oh this is awesome idea will share this thanks

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  6. nice link. look forward to more each morning.

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  7. to grow plants.... eek - I prefer the sun to do its natural job than a lamp.

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  8. could be epic for new age farmers

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  9. Not only the purpose, but probably also the reason they decided to replace the sun)

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  10. Floros work and are low wattage, not that I would know from personal gardening experience or anything...

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  11. Having a permanent source of light, while keeping the tulips inside the production facility.

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  12. Reminds me of a grow house for marijuana.

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  13. No windows, must be trying to hide something...

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  14. I understand the concept but why not just do green rooms in skyscrapers.

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  15. Wouldn't give off enough heat to replace sun.

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  16. haha.... dont understand why they would spend that money...

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  17. when not tulips than tomatoes.
    or maybe some kind of plants make fpr smoking?

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  18. Hopefully not edible foods, that's kinda scary!

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  19. nono the cash crop is sooo poinsettias! trust me lol

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  20. Hehe. Tulips are a good guess. :p

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  21. LoL, that looks just epic, no really, it looks amazing!

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  22. Now if only they could get solar panels to run off of it. Problem solved?

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