Greenhouse Climate Articles

  • EH-POWERGROUND: PLUG & PLAY SYSTEM FOR GREENHOUSES BASAL ELECTRIC HEATING

    Heating system EH-POWERGROUND Modular flexible panel Customized flexible panelFeatures of the EH-POWERGROUND system:Plug & Play: the system EH-POWERGROUND combined with control system EH-CONTROL is ready to be used, it is ...


    By Cofilea srl

  • Fluorinated greenhouse gases in 2017

    Data reported by companies on the production, import, export and destruction of fluorinated greenhouse gases in the European Union, 2007-2016. Executive summary The 2017 edition of the European Environment Agency (EEA) report on fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases) confirms the good progress achieved in 2016 by the European Union (EU) in phasing down ...

  • Composting on the New York Highline

    Friends of the High Line will be taking their composting program to a new level using cutting-edge technology to compost in only 14 days. The Rocket composter technology allows for a continuous process of feeding it daily while constantly aerating the mass inside the vessel, producing high enough temperatures to kill pathogens.  Friends of the High Line ...


    By Tidy Planet Limited

  • Increase greenhouse efficiency with boom lighting

    As a leader in greenhouse automation equipment, we are always looking to bring our growers new ideas on how to best utilize our equipment within their greenhouse. With the release of our highly coveted Universal Attachment, we are able to bring you new ideas on how to do more with less. The Universal Attachment is highly effective for attaching fans, insect mats, fans and lights. Boom lighting ...


    By Cherry Creek Systems

  • Climate and Economic Benefits of Agroforestry Systems

    Introduction Agriculture is well known as a significant contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions, but emerging practices in land management have the potential to curtail these emissions and reverse much of the ecological and climate harm caused by overly intensive systems. One such practice, cultivation and conservation of trees in agricultural practices, or agroforestry, is an important ...


    By Climate Institute

  • Härkälän puutarha - Case Study

    Härkälä nursery is locally a strong brand. In addition to company image of “locally grown”, the very high quality of Härkälä products keeps the customers happy. “We have long term focus in developing our production. We have been the first to introduce new technologies in climate control and other areas of cultivation. We operate the logistics ...


    By Netled Oy

  • Fluorinated greenhouse gases 2015

    Summary of data reported by companies on the production, import and export of fluorinated greenhouse gases in the European Union Background and policy International policy The greenhouse gases addressed by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) include several groups of fluorinated gases, the so-called F-gases. ...

  • Introduction of Varnet All aluminium greenhouse

    Varnet Glasshouse Systems showcase its new innovation for an All Aluminium structure for modern greenhouses. This article entails the benefits of building with aluminium instead of steel citing global trends and sustainability. Traditional steel structures incur higher maintenance cost over the lifespan of steel components which can be saved if aluminium is used. The environmental benefits ...


    By Varnet Glasshouse Systems

  • Case study - Pelton Reforestation Ltd., Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada

    “In 1986 our company used Sidel Systems to design and install a complete hot water heating system in our 135,000 sq./ft. greenhouse. The system was comprised of 51mm heating loops, headers with computer controlled mixing valves, and a 500 HP gas fires Cleaver Brooks Boiler outfitted with a matching flue gas condenser unit. Over the next 3 years we added additional greenhouse space and the ...


    By Sidel Systems USA Inc.

  • Case study - Smith Gardens, Inc., Bellingham, Washington, USA

    “In 1993, Sid Abma installed a new 350 HP boiler along with his SRU stack recovery condenser, to heat a section of our greenhouses in Bellingham, Washington. While the boiler requires yearly service and maintenance, the condenser requires no maintenance. It just sits on the floor next to the boiler and gives us free heat. Sid was able to pipe the condenser in a way that takes maximum ...


    By Sidel Systems USA Inc.

  • Edible flowers greenhouses monitored, controlled with AgroAmitec

    Not far from Tel Aviv Mr. and Mrs. Simon Mizrahi grow edible flowers which they export worldwide. In order to assure high quality and high yields, free of diseases, which is ready for the market on schedule -Mr. Mizrcahi grows his crop in greenhouse that are being monitored and controlled using AGROAMITEC Climate Control which was developed in co-operation with ...


    By Amitec Ltd.

  • Case study: AACAL, Amarillo ISD Amarillo, TX

    The Challenge: The Amarillo Area Center for Advanced Learning needed a solution for the hard water scaling issues they were experiencing in their greenhouse. The cool cell filter for the greenhouse’s cooling system had to be replaced every two weeks, the mist heads in the propagation tent required cleaning every few days and salt deposits were apparent on the plant cuttings. ...

  • Case Study: Kingspan Insulated Panels

    Kingspan Insulated Panels have ambitious goals when it comes to sustainability and the environment.  By 2020 Kingspan aims have their global portfolio of buildings, including over 100 sales & manufacturing offices in over 40 different countries, operating at net zero – where a building produces as much power as it consumes.  In order to achieve this goal, Kingspan has been ...


    By Legend Power Systems Inc.

  • Going organic for the climate

    Also in the world of climate change, organic is the way to go. I am not writing about organic food here, despite my personal interest in the topic, but about peatlands, which are soils with a substantial layer of organic matter at or near the surface. Well, they are the way to go for the climate as long as you treat them well. If not, they become a vigorous source of greenhouse gas emissions. ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Performance evaluation of condensation–irrigation solar system under arid climate conditions

    Scarcity of water, major critical concern in arid areas, has led to the use of low–quality irrigation water in agriculture in most of arid climate areas. The quality of water used for agriculture has to be reduced to a sustainable level that is also adapted to the environment. This paper presents the performance of a pilot condensation irrigation (CI) solar system in Tunisia under arid ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Rough Brothers' Conservatories

    Founded in 1932, Rough Brothers’ original business focus was greenhouse maintenance and repair. But, things are far different today. Company growth has been steady in recent years as the breadth of Rough Brothers’ services and products has far exceeded what the original five ‘Rough’ brothers could have ever imagined. Today Rough Brothers and its sister companies cover the ...


    By Rough Brothers Inc.

  • Digital Dilemma: Is the Internet Killing (or Saving) the Planet?

    With resource-saving notions like “the paperless office” and “telecommuting,” the digital age holds great environmental promise. But have digital technologies really helped to improve global sustainability? In the Worldwatch Institute’s State of the World 2014: Governing for Sustainability, Richard Worthington, professor of ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Chicago Council lists three-decade changes in greenhouse gases and average temperature

    In 2011, we wrote a column, “Global warming is happening: How should farmers respond?” (http://agpolicy.org/weekcol/549.html). In that column we began by saying, “There was a time when one could legitimately argue that there was a lack of scientific agreement over the issue of the role of humans in global warming and even whether we were in a ...


    By National Farmers Union (NFU)

  • Climate Pact May Depend on Side Deals by Poor Nations

    The interests of rich countries can seem to dominate climate change negotiations, but a study that models such talks as a ‘bargaining game’ shows that side deals among poorer nations could boost chances of an international agreement. Cooperation among ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Energy use and greenhouse gas emissions and related improvement options of the broiler chicken meat supply chain

    Energy consumption and the climate–change impact (i.e., carbon footprint) of a typical Finnish broiler chicken fillet product were studied using a supply–chain integrated life cycle assessment method. All essential production stages from parent stock and production of farming inputs to product distribution and sales in retail stores were included in the assessment. The results of the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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