Protected agriculture is the cultivation of high-value vegetables and other horticultural crops in enclosed structures such as greenhouses. These structures protect the production of crops from adverse environmental conditions such as high and low temperatures, sand, and pests allowing an all-year production. Moreover, plant growth is enhanced, and crops mature faster using technology to modify the natural environment and of better nutrient supply.
DIFFERENT GREENHOUSE STRUCTURES
Glasshouses are the optimal greenhouse structure solution for the commercial production of vegetables, fruits, and flowers, as well as for nurseries.
Incorporated with the most advanced materials and automation technologies. These greenhouse structures enable you to deliver ideal and stable growing conditions to protect your plants and secure your yields.
- Leafy greens (Lettuce, Spinach, Kale)
- Herbs (Oregano, Thyme)
- Vining Crops (Tomato, Pepper, Cucumber)
- Berries (Blueberries, Strawberries)
- Other Vegetables
Polyethylene greenhouses are excellent greenhouse structures for nursery cultivation and the commercial production of vegetables and flowers across diverse climactic conditions. They’re particularly good in hot and humid locations.
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