With the development of technology, LED lighting is no longer limited to buildings and home use, there are scientists based on the principle of LED light wavelength, developed its new uses, such as vegetable greenhouses.
Russia's northernmost Yakutia is one of the coldest regions in the world, where the land is almost entirely permafrost, the coldest January and the hottest July temperatures can reach 70-75 ℃, and many plants cannot grow here, and it is hard for residents to eat fresh vegetables. However, with the promotion of LED lighting greenhouse, this phenomenon will be improved.
It is understood that at present, a commercial company and Yakutia scientists are working together to build LED lighting greenhouse, the use of unique science and technology projects, will be completed by the end of 2017. By then, residents of the Yakutia area will be able to eat the vegetables or fruits of the property.
Yakutia researchers say they have developed led plant growth devices and management systems that can help plants grow in greenhouses, based on the characteristics of the red and blue wavelength of LED lamps, which can make plants grow no longer affected by climatic conditions. At present, there are three academies and botanical gardens in Russia to show strong interest in this technology, the different climatic conditions of LED lighting on the promotion of plant growth.
Another greenhouse laboratory in Yakutia began production in December 2016. Yakutia is the capital of the city of Yakutsk, according to the long introduction of the Yakutia, the whole-season greenhouse project in the Far East Economic Forum, raised a wide range of interests. "Next year, investors are planning to build a large greenhouse complex with an area of 3.5 hectares." This is a major project that is expected to be implemented by 2020. ”
In 2016, a Japanese business delegation visited Youngor to study the construction of a greenhouse that could grow vegetables throughout the year.
Russia's greenhouse-planting program has just started, and Kazakhstan's greenhouse-planting projects have begun to bear fruit.
Kazakhstan's largest LED lighting greenhouse has been completed, with the investment of Kazakhstan state-owned company 20 in the South Kazakhstan state construction, started in 2014, after the use of about 140 jobs for the local.
According to Kazagrofinance News, a total of 10 greenhouse complexes in Kazakhstan have been put into use within the framework of Kazakhstan, with a total area of about 31,400 square metres, amounting to $58.6 million and producing 22000 tonnes of vegetables a year.