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Temperature patterns in a poly-tubeventilated greenhouse

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P. E. Parvin, University of California
R. H. Sciaroni
R. G. Curley, University of California

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California Agriculture 20(11):10-11.

Published November 01, 1966

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New systems for greenhouse management have been introduced in recent years that necessitate changes in some of the traditional methods of growing greenhouse crops. Evaporative cooling. infra-red heating, elevated levels of C02, and positive ventilation may each, if improperly used, result in changes in plant response that are not necessarily to the grower's advantage. When one aspect of a plant's environment is altered, it is necessary to reevaluate the total production system to bring all factors back into balance.

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Woodside Nurseries Co., Redwood City, designed and installed the system involved in these studies.

Temperature patterns in a poly-tubeventilated greenhouse

P. E. Parvin, R. H. Sciaroni, R. G. Curley
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Temperature patterns in a poly-tubeventilated greenhouse

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Authors

P. E. Parvin, University of California
R. H. Sciaroni
R. G. Curley, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 20(11):10-11.

Published November 01, 1966

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

New systems for greenhouse management have been introduced in recent years that necessitate changes in some of the traditional methods of growing greenhouse crops. Evaporative cooling. infra-red heating, elevated levels of C02, and positive ventilation may each, if improperly used, result in changes in plant response that are not necessarily to the grower's advantage. When one aspect of a plant's environment is altered, it is necessary to reevaluate the total production system to bring all factors back into balance.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Woodside Nurseries Co., Redwood City, designed and installed the system involved in these studies.


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