Clients & Science

Sollum's technology increases crop productivity and improves the quality, taste and smell of food. Our solution generates exceptional cost-benefits for greenhouse growers and the environment.

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Lighting up the next generation of biostimulants

Organic biostimulants being developed by Ulysse Biotech and made possible thanks to Sollum smart LED solution.

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Allegro Acres Chapter 2: the science behind growing quality winter peppers at scale

With pepper imports growing by more than 20% in Canada in the last five years, our programmable solution can help growers take advantage of business opportunities they would not otherwise have access to.

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Allegro Acres: a Canadian first in winter-produced greenhouse peppers

How our lighting solution led to the first commercial scale cultivation of greenhouse peppers during the winter using LEDs - Chapter 1

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Sollum Technologies enables multi-crop studies

The versatility of Sollum's technology enables a vast range of study designs for multi-crop research.

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Sun in famous Chefs’ plates

Sollum’s technology increases crop productivity and produce shelf life, and even quality, in large scale greenhouse production.

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Pioneer seeking Japanese Sun

The cultivation of unusual produce like the Japanese lemon in Québec is made possible thanks to the accurate reproduction of its native environment's sunlight cycle.

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Cultivators: Destination Moon

Growing fruits and vegetables in shipping containers may lead to Sollum’s technology feeding the moon’s first settlers?

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The science

White papers

Natural Light

Gabriel Dupras, Vice President, Research & Development, and Guillaume Tourville, Research Technician, Sollum Technologies

Introduction to lighting solutions

Gabriel Dupras, Vice President, Research & Development, and Guillaume Tourville, Research Technician, Sollum Technologies

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