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Growing vegetables in a greenhouse

growing vegetables in a greenhouse

Making greenhouses to grow clean vegetables in high-tech agricultural production. The method of growing vegetables in greenhouses is becoming more and more popular in our country. Not only helps to limit the impact from the environment, weather or pests, but also increases the productivity and commercial value of agricultural products compared to traditional growing methods.

What is a greenhouse?

Greenhouse for growing vegetables is simply a model that creates ideal conditions for plants to grow and develop, minimizing damage under the harsh impact of the environment. The structure is also simple including the background frame and the material that covers the entire surrounding.

Depending on the material of the frame as well as the material and quality of the coating material, the price can vary greatly. The system has many attached accessories such as heaters, air conditioners, ventilation doors at both ends, fans, automatic curtain rollers on both sides. These accessories together will make the price of the system very high.

Growing vegetables in a greenhouse

Yellow flies are pests that damage many fruits and vegetables. It can be said that yellow flies are the number one enemy of farmers, especially fruit-bearing crops such as tomatoes, melons, bitter melons, gourds, squash, …. Larvae will bore fruit, initially just The spots are black but after growing they will turn pale yellow and brown.

Yellow flies make a small tunnel inside the fruit, causing the fruit to rot. Changes in shape and color can be observed. Those holes and tunnels allow bacteria and fungi to enter, damaging the fruit, damaging crops, and reducing crop yields.

However, when growing in a greenhouse, the fear of yellow flies is eliminated, the vegetable garden still grows green without having to use pesticides. Not only yellow flies but many other pests and diseases on vegetables are also minimized when grown in greenhouses. Because of the strict control process from the stage of making the substrate, growing the seedlings.

Building a model of greenhouses for growing vegetables

The requirements of a quality greenhouse model need to ensure some specific technical requirements such as:

  • Net house column: Using round galvanized steel with thickness depending on greenhouse size to ensure safe bearing for the greenhouse and optimize costs
  • Foundation shaft: Cast concrete firmly 20-30cm higher than the ground surface to protect the foot of the column
  • Greenhouse frame for growing vegetables: The dome form has a ventilation door design. Made of galvanized steel to ensure the required strength.
  • Door: can make sliding doors or opening doors with steel frames
  • Outer cover film: Use insect screens or film nets linked by springs + zigzag or poor wire to create certainty for the greenhouse.

Currently, greenhouse films on the market are extremely diverse in designs, designs, sizes and materials. Depending on the type of cover material, the level of light transmission to the plants in the greenhouse is different, so it is necessary to choose the right material. Along with the benefits that greenhouses bring, the investment costs to build small greenhouses to 2-storey greenhouses are quite high.

Techniques for growing vegetables in a greenhouse

Prepare substrates for plants in greenhouses that need to be treated with pathogens and have a mixing ratio suitable for the selected crop,

After preparing the substrate, it is advisable to sow or plant seedlings in a greenhouse to avoid pests and diseases getting inside. The stages must be very careful because as long as the silkworms get into the net house, each one lays 200 eggs, the vegetables will become an attractive dish for them.growing vegetables in a greenhouse

For the technique of growing clean vegetables in a greenhouse, the care process is extremely simple. Normally, all grids have automatic sprinkler irrigation system, thus reducing labor costs and simplifying the calculation of soil moisture..

All stages from sowing to harvesting are controlled automatically and closed to ensure high nutritional value such as vitamins A, B, C, E, calcium, minerals (Fe++, Zn++), amino acids, easily digestible protein…

In addition to high-yield growing technology, the use of netting, rain-blocking membranes and a greenhouse environment will help prevent insects. Thus, ensuring vegetables are minimized from pesticides, bringing high safety for users.

Emilia Chaney
Emilia Chaneyhttps://agrisearch.net
My name is Emilia Chaney. I'm a social girl from Romania with a big smile and 3 passions: Agriculture, Travel and Social Media. I try to make this blog practical, full of great advice and inspiring ideas.

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