Tungsram Agritech

It is time to change how we think about indoor horticulture and supplementary lighting. It is time to choose a high quality, professional and flexible LED lighting system.
With our solution, you can mix different types of LEDs to stimulate growth. Plus, we can also tailor the LED selection to meet your specific needs.

We are in the middle of a global change, and food security has been and will continue to be a key priority. World population is increasing and this requires an increase in the total output of food, which is affordable, diverse and accessible to everyone at the same time.

As an innovative company, Tungsram Agritech is convinced that the key to success is the application of new technologies. With 120 years of knowledge in the field of lighting techniques, Tungsram Group focuses specifically on greenhouse lighting and vertical farms. Our aim is to offer world-class quality LED lighting and smart-solutions to growers and farmers for use in their precision indoor farming operations.


Flexible LED systems designed for greenhouses and vertical farms   Produced in Europe, fast delivery   Reliability and expertise that’s guaranteed by Tungsram Group



Tungsram lamps at the forefront of scientific research

Tungsram partnered with the Eötvös Lóránd Research Network to promote plant research in a bid to ensure the future of agriculture is less dependent on external conditions. The company’s lighting fixtures are used in research projects related to plant phenotyping that are sponsored by the European Union.

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Green Technology in the Service of Farming

Tungsram and GreeenTech Join Forces to Help Set up Urban Farms

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CEE: the Powerhouse of Global Food Security

Closed-system farming helps tackle the biggest challenges in global food supply security. Climate change causing extreme weather conditions in certain areas, overpopulation, soil contamination, the depletion of areas suitable for agricultural production, urbanization, and growing demand for quality food all point toward the increasing importance of local indoor farming and urban vertical farms. The world’s population is predicted to reach 9.7 billion by 2050 (2 billion more than today), with most of the growth set to take place in Africa and developing countries where climate change hits the hardest. Moreover, in just 10 years, humanity will need 50% more food than today (calculating with a current annual growth rate of 5%).

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