In 2012, Agrolux realised a project for Mastronardi in which approx. 11,000 ALF1000 armatures were installed. These 11,000 units ensure that the largest market gardener in the world can realise year-round production to satisfy end users’ demands in this way.
In 2014, Mastronardi chose again to provide another location with Agrolux ALF1000 armatures. This time, Mastronardi installed approx. 14,000 ALF1000 armatures. These armatures do not just serve to deliver the tomatoes year-round and increase their production, but also features in the strawberry greenhouse by Mastronardi.
This makes Mastronardi one of the first in America to provide end users with year-round strawberry cultivation.
Agrolux is speechless, and can only thank Mastronardi for their trust in placing such a ‘mega’ order with Agrolux for the second time.
Syngenta is known all over the world as the number one specialist in the cultivation and breeding of new types of seeds and crops. For example, Syngenta is busy in North Carolina with the development of corn, cotton etc. For these types of research, extremely light quantities are required to imitate the climate for a natural habitat for the crops. For this project, Agrolux managed to realise a light level of approx. 650 umol/m2/s1 or 50,000 lux. This project is completely focused on mimicking the desired climate. Syngenta can move or get rid of such an extensive amount of temperature without breaking any rules thanks to this research facility.
For Agrolux, this was a first to realise such an extent of light quantity. As can also be seen in the photo, it looks like the ceiling consists of ALF 1000 armatures. Agrolux is very happy with the choice of Syngenta to opt for Agrolux. The trust that a large and global company is placing in Agrolux says a lot about the credibility of Agrolux.