“We want our Stavropol consumers to have the ability to buy inexpensive and high quality local vegetables year-round,” explains Dmitry Shishin, director of the greenhouse complex. “Therefore, our products will mainly go to the Stavropol market. And in order to be able to harvest even in winter, when there is no production from the traditional greenhouses, we will install an artificial lighting system.”
This particular light is obviously aimed at the domestic market, a keen gardener who wants to get their plants off to an early start. However if as your email reply suggests they intend to use nanoco LEDs in the full range of profesional horticultural lighting then that is a huge market globally And budmaster already have a reputation for quality products.
I have just had this comment from Budmaster ( see my earlier posts ):Hi Paul
Damn I did it again I am always misspelling that word.
Thanks for spotting it changed now.
We are very excited about the QD and personally I am going to be doing my best next year to push the tech foremost, the efficiency combined with the blue led behind is second to none and I cant wait to get the light engines for Budmaster finished with the QD.
We are also having extrusions and molds made so we can adapt it into all the strip lights by end of March.
When I first saw the CFQD it was like a dream come true as I have been following the technology for several years, and then learning the UK made side of it made it even better for what we as a company are trying to do, ie source locally, low carbon footprint, made the UK stronger etc.
PS Nanoco are a great company and a pleasure to work with.
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