Greenhouse farming is a process of cultivating crops in a greenhouse ecosystems environment in a transparent material structure .
This Greenhouse farming aids in enhancing farmer’s cultivation and improves the quality of crops by isolating them in micro-ecosystems that have the perfect conditions for crops to grow healthy.
To create perfect micro-system for cultivation, farmers should be aware of the crops requirements and what should be give it to them
Greenhouses can be used to grow various plants such as flowers, fruits and even vegetables within its controlled environment wherein humidity, condensation and light are the key factors that support to its effectiveness. Quality crops can be harvested if farmer aware of the nutritional requirements of the crops.
In contemporary world greenhouse managers need to be on the leading edge of production and operations within their facilities. They understand that a commercial greenhouse is a food or flower factory containing perishable products that needs constant attention and management. Working on a profitable and successful commercial greenhouse is a 24/7/365 commitment, even in the off-seasons.
Reduced air leakage has high savings in greenhouse energy conservation. For high efficiency Consider the following suggestions:
- Watch the small gaps and holes in the greenhouse envelope
- Shut the perimeter in the greenhouse foundation where the majority of air loss occurs
- Make sure automated devices for openings are Lubricated and Adjusted .
- Shut off exhaust devices when it is not needed
- Make sure all doors and windows close and fit properly
For economical use of protected areas, its crucial to change species throughout the year, ensuring high annual yield and profitability of production.