The urban rooftop greenhouse is the future in farming. Closing the distance between farm and table is crucial both to the price stability and supply stability of vegetables.
To make vegetable production growing systems work in a greenhouse in the Philippines, it is important to manage the balance between light and heat inside the greenhouse. Adding shade nets over the grow areas is a must, but how do you know if it’s enough?
In the Philippines it’s either long hot or short wet season so irrigating your crops, seedlings, or vegetable beds becomes important during the longer hot dry season. Learn about plant transpiration and humidity and how to assemble overhead sprinkler system or low-pressure misting system.
One of the most frequent questions we get is how to apply UV polyethylene film on the trusses of a greenhouse roof when the width of the roof is longer than the width of the film.
The best way to attach UV polyethylene plastic film and fine mesh insect nets on a steel frame greenhouse is by using lock channels and wiggle wires
For those of us who have tried [and failed] to plant vegetables in the farm or in our backyards, it’s clear that something that seems so easy turns out to be so difficult.
Greenhouses allow growers to maximize potential yield while lowering production costs by controlling the environment.