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The horticulture industry has seen much innovation in irrigation, nutrition and climate control but the most important input— sunlight—remains unrefined.
Research into horticultural LED lights provides an understanding that a light recipe of predominantly red and blue light is required for optimal plant growth, and we often see greenhouse operators applying these high-powered lights inside their greenhouses.
LLEAF provides solutions that passively shift the spectrum of sunlight with patented dyes that can absorb light of one colour and emit light of another. Providing an average increase in yield of 20%, LLEAF films achieve a result that would previously have required a large investment in solar panels, batteries, and LED lights.
LLEAF is also able to simulate seasonal change by increasing the amount of far-red light, stimulating phytochromes. This spectrum shift induces out-of-season fruiting and flowering, reducing food miles, and allowing growers to achieve premium prices.
New research is also suggesting that the spectrum shift caused by LLEAF films can increase nutritional density and reduce insects, pests and diseases.

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  • Founder/s

    Alex Falber, Alex Soeriyadi and Chris Wilkins

  • Year founded


  • Country


  • Event

    evokeAG. 2023

  • Seeking

    Customers, Grant/funding opportunities

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