The University of Arizona

Welcome to CEAC!

The University of Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture Center

Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) is the production of plants and their products, such as vegetables and flowers, inside structures such as greenhouses. By using CEA, we can produce high value crops at maximum productivity in an efficient and environmentally friendly way. The University of Arizona's Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC) supports education, research and outreach as part of the Department of Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering and the School of Plant Sciences - both programs of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. CEAC also offers an innovation platform for plant physiology, sensor technology and applied computer technology.

      

The LGH-OTM at the 2013 BIO International Convention in Chicago Medill Video

 “Lunar Greenhouse: Eating salad in space or growing  it on Earth,” Theresa Chong, Medill News Service,  Northwestern University, April 26, 2013.                                                                                                                                                                           

                                                                 

Dr. Chieri Kubota discusses vegetable grafting, LED lighting, and strawberries

“Optimizing Plant Performance," The Editors,  www.youtube.com/SCITECHREPORTS, a video magazine from Tech News Frontiers, June 11, 2012.                                                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                        

The LGH-OTM at the 2013 BIO Internatonal Convention in Chicago WMAQ-TV News Video

“Biotechnology on Display in Chicago,” Nesita Kwan, WMAQ-TV News, Ch. 5, NBC Chicago, April 23, 2013.