20 acre greenhouse lights up the night sky


Light from a 20 acre new greenhouse called Golden Fresh Farms in Wapakoneta can be seen from the east end of Botkins reflecting off clouds. The effect is a sunset like appearance at night. This photo was taken at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22. According to its website Golden Fresh Farms will grow non-GMO tomatoes during the winter months in its greenhouse. The greenhouse will be able to distribute fresher tomatoes than those grown in other countries that take several days to be shipped into U.S. markets. The greenhouse is located on 1902 Progress Drive on the south side of Wapakoneta. The parent company has 100 acres of greenhouse in Ontario. Golden Fresh Farms plans on eventually expanding their greenhouse to cover 200 acres. They expect to create 400 jobs after their expansion.

Light from a 20 acre new greenhouse called Golden Fresh Farms in Wapakoneta can be seen from the east end of Botkins reflecting off clouds. The effect is a sunset like appearance at night. This photo was taken at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22. According to its website Golden Fresh Farms will grow non-GMO tomatoes during the winter months in its greenhouse. The greenhouse will be able to distribute fresher tomatoes than those grown in other countries that take several days to be shipped into U.S. markets. The greenhouse is located on 1902 Progress Drive on the south side of Wapakoneta. The parent company has 100 acres of greenhouse in Ontario. Golden Fresh Farms plans on eventually expanding their greenhouse to cover 200 acres. They expect to create 400 jobs after their expansion.


Jason Alig | Sidney Daily News

Light from a 20 acre new greenhouse called Golden Fresh Farms in Wapakoneta can be seen from the east end of Botkins reflecting off clouds. The effect is a sunset like appearance at night. This photo was taken at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22. According to its website Golden Fresh Farms will grow non-GMO tomatoes during the winter months in its greenhouse. The greenhouse will be able to distribute fresher tomatoes than those grown in other countries that take several days to be shipped into U.S. markets. The greenhouse is located on 1902 Progress Drive on the south side of Wapakoneta. The parent company has 100 acres of greenhouse in Ontario. Golden Fresh Farms plans on eventually expanding their greenhouse to cover 200 acres. They expect to create 400 jobs after their expansion.

Light from a 20 acre new greenhouse called Golden Fresh Farms in Wapakoneta can be seen from the east end of Botkins reflecting off clouds. The effect is a sunset like appearance at night. This photo was taken at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22. According to its website Golden Fresh Farms will grow non-GMO tomatoes during the winter months in its greenhouse. The greenhouse will be able to distribute fresher tomatoes than those grown in other countries that take several days to be shipped into U.S. markets. The greenhouse is located on 1902 Progress Drive on the south side of Wapakoneta. The parent company has 100 acres of greenhouse in Ontario. Golden Fresh Farms plans on eventually expanding their greenhouse to cover 200 acres. They expect to create 400 jobs after their expansion.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/02/web1_SDN022417GreenhouseJA.jpgLight from a 20 acre new greenhouse called Golden Fresh Farms in Wapakoneta can be seen from the east end of Botkins reflecting off clouds. The effect is a sunset like appearance at night. This photo was taken at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22. According to its website Golden Fresh Farms will grow non-GMO tomatoes during the winter months in its greenhouse. The greenhouse will be able to distribute fresher tomatoes than those grown in other countries that take several days to be shipped into U.S. markets. The greenhouse is located on 1902 Progress Drive on the south side of Wapakoneta. The parent company has 100 acres of greenhouse in Ontario. Golden Fresh Farms plans on eventually expanding their greenhouse to cover 200 acres. They expect to create 400 jobs after their expansion. Jason Alig | Sidney Daily News