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NEW Greenhouse Film
Spectrum Colors

The new UbiGro greenhouse films, Inner-625 and Inner-650, work the same way as our traditional Inner-600 greenhouse film. Each film targets different crop types and is specific to the light-level condition. The number in each film product name corresponds to the color of each film, based on the visible light spectrum. These new products will offer more flexible lighting solutions for greenhouse growers across the globe. 

Learn more and sign up to become a trial partner for the Inner-625 and 650 greenhouse films to experience this crop-boosting technology for yourself. 

UbiGro Inner-600 Greenhouse Film (Existing film product)

  • Highest R:FR (red to far-red ratio) and B:R (blue to red ratio)
  • Best for higher light-level conditions and crops that require a large amount of natural
    sunlight
  • Best for lower light-level conditions in regions that experience less sunlight such as northern areas or those prone to cloudy/rainy days
  • Best for vegetative crop types and crops where overall plant growth is important

UbiGro Inner-625 Greenhouse Film (New film product)

● Mid R:FR (red to far-red ratio) and B:R (blue to red ratio)
● Suitable for all light-level conditions including areas with high and low levels of sunlight
● Suitable for nearly all crop types
● Centered on the peak of the McCree curve, most efficient for boosting faster growth, larger leaves and more fruit sets

UbiGro Inner-650 Greenhouse Film (New film product)

  • Lowest R:FR (red to far-red ratio) and B:R (blue to red ratio)
  • Best for crops that require a moderate amount of natural sunlight
  • Emission wavelengths similar to that of red LEDs
  • Best for increasing fruit sets and fruit size in crops like cannabis, strawberries, floriculture, and tomatoes

“We at UbiGro are excited to expand our offerings with two new colors to help growers improve the quality of their natural light. We are actively looking for trial partners for the Inner-625 and 650 to further prove our technologies,” 

– Damon Hebert, PhD, Director of Agriculture Research at UbiQD

Install
UbiGro

UbiGro is simple to install. With a five step procedure, UbiGro does not require outsourced support for installation. 

Ready to install UbiGro in your greenhouse? Download our Installation Guide and see how UbiGro will work within your greenhouse. 

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Improved Photosynthetic Efficiency

Quantum dots in UbiGro convert a portion of the sun’s UV and blue light into more potent orange and red light. Orange and red light is more efficiently converted into plant energy by chlorophyll versus green, blue, or UV.

Improved Full-Canopy Absorption

UbiGro emits diffuse light, causing photons to be more uniformly distributed in a greenhouse. Increased light diffusion will decrease shadowing from the upper canopy and bring light deeper into the lower levels of the crop to increase production.

Opportunities With UbiGro

Join UbiGro's Pilot Program

Are you interested in trying UbiGro in your greenhouse? Join UbiGro’s Pilot Program and receive discounts, a custom design, and access to the scientists behind UbiGro.  Fill out the application below to apply for our program today!

Become A Distributor

Are you looking for an innovative light solution to add to your product inventory? Become a UbiGro reseller or distributor and provide this revolutionary greenhouse technology to your customers. 

Purchase Pre-Cut Lengths

Ready to purchase UbiGro for your greenhouse? You can order pre-cut lengths of the film today! If you have questions about purchasing UbiGro, talk to a greenhouse lighting expert. 

Frequently Asked Questions

UbiGro is a new product that is changing the way cultivators think about sunlight and sustainable growth. With every new product comes many questions.

Below you will find some of the most frequently asked questions about UbiGro, how it works, how long, etc. If your question isn’t answered below, you can ask our experts! 

For cannabis growers that plan to use the film over plants in the vegetative and flowering stages, we
recommend the 625 nm film. If you are in a low-light environment (less than 35 mol/day), opt for the
600 nm film for better ePAR transmission.
For cannabis growers that plan to use the film over plants primarily in the flowering stage, we
recommend the 650 nm film to promote flowering. If you are in a low-light environment (less than 35
mol/day), opt for the 625 nm film for better ePAR transmission.

The orange 600 nm film will have the most blue content, better for veg. The red 650 nm film will have the reddest and least blue content, better for flowering.

No, the color is fixed in the UbiGro Inner film that is purchased.

No, the optical performance will stay intact for 4+ years in the greenhouse for all colors.

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New product Expansion!
Hunter McDaniel CEO & Founder UbiGro

Hunter McDaniel, PhD

Founder & CEO

 Hunter earned a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, before joining Los Alamos National Laboratory in the Chemistry Division. Ultimately the value proposition of UbiGro is about boosting crop yields and quality without the cost or energy impact of lighting. Hunter has more than fifty publications and patents, and more than 2000 total citations, h-index: 20. Hunter fundamentally believes that novel materials underpin every significant technology advancement, and he is focused on leveraging new materials to have a lasting and sustainable impact.

Damon Hebert, PhD

Director of Agriculture

Damon brings a wide range of experience in agriculture, materials science, spectroscopy, and small business. During his time in Prof. Angus Rockett’s research group at The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), Hebert authored a doctoral thesis and multiple papers on the materials science of CIGS semiconductor materials, which is closely related to the materials developed at UbiQD. He also served as a consultant to Nanosolar, a CIGS nanocrystal solar cell manufacturing company. Hebert has industry experience having co-founded Dr. Jolly’s, a leading cultivation and distribution operation in Bend, OR.

Tania Lafaille

Sales Representative

Tania is a UbiGro Sales Representative, with over 7 years of experience in product sales (specifically berries and avocados) covering all of North America and parts of South America. While in agriculture, Tania has cultivated strong relationships with growers and distributors, granting her a unique insight into both perspectives. That understanding, paired with her fierce dedication to results, drives her fun and fiery commitment to her craft. Tania is based in Gilroy, CA.

Charles Parrish

Agricultural  Engineer

Charles earned a Bachelor’s in Biological Engineering from North Carolina State University and a Master’s in Biosystems Engineering from The University of Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture Center. Advised by Dr. Gene Giacomelli, Charles conducted his thesis on the “Optimization of Spectral Quality with Quantum Dots to Enhance Crop Yield in Controlled Environments.” Charles has a decade of biological engineering, greenhouse technology, and molecular biology experience from lab to production scale including working with the Vegetable Production System (Veggie) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. He brings his experience in hydroponics, controlled environment systems design, photobiology, greenhouse engineering, and scientific outreach.

Jim Gideon

Sales Manager

Jim Gideon is an UbiGro Sales Manager, with over 25 years of greenhouse industry sales experience covering all of North America. Previously Jim has worked for Green Tek, Plazit-Polygal, Texel, Cherry Creek, and Nexus. He is based in Montgomery, AL, and Jim believes that “light is everything to the grower.”

Eric Moody

Director of Sales

Eric Moody is UbiQD’s Director of UbiGro Sales. Eric has more than 6 years of experience in horticulture lighting industry, building relationships with greenhouse growers of all sizes and crops on optimal lighting for their growing operation, and most recently managed a North American sales team for PL Light Systems. Overall, Eric has been in sales leadership positions for more than 13 years. Eric brings with him a great understanding of the market and available technologies for growers, greenhouse facilities, and sales leadership. Reach Eric by phone at 541-490-6421 or by email at [email protected].

Mike Burrows, PhD

VP of Business Development

Dr. Michael Burrows is UbiQd’s Vice President of Business Development. His educational background includes a Materials Science doctorate from the University of Delaware and an MBA from Duke University Fuqua School of Business. His career has specialized in the commercialization of novel electronic materials in venture-run programs for different industries including solar, biosensors, and the automotive industry. In both start-up and corporate environments, he has extensive experience in global market development, foraging supply chain partnerships, productization, and brand building. He is currently leading UbiQD’s partnership efforts in luminescent greenhouse technology, smart windows, and security ventures.

Matt Bergern, PhD

Cheif Product Officer

As Chief Product Officer at UbiQD, Dr. Matt Bergren leads the company’s product development efforts, sales, and product manufacturing, including the company’s first commercial agriculture product, UbiGro. He plays a critical role in continuing the company’s path of technology development and vision of powering product innovations in agriculture, clean energy, and security.

He serves as the principal investigator for UbiQD’s contract with NASA, focused on tailoring the solar spectrum for enhanced crop production for space missions. Dr. Bergren’s leadership experience includes serving on the board of directors for the New Mexico Energy Manufacturing Institute, focused on job creation in New Mexico’s energy, and related manufacturing community.