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A greenhouse is a controllable, dynamic system managed for intensive production of high quality, fresh market produce. Greenhouses allows for crop production under diverse conditions. However, greenhouse growers have to manage a number of variables to get maximum sustainable production from their crops, including:
- air and root zone temperature
- fertilizer feed
- growing media
- plant maintenance
This section provides information on optimizing these variables, to get maximum performance from the crop over the production season.
Other greenhouse resources
- Commercial Greenhouse Production in Alberta
- Commercial Greenhouse Vegetable Production
- Development of Greenhouse Lettuce Growing Techniques in Alberta
- Diseases of Fruits and Vegetables
- Economics of Production and Marketing of Greenhouse Crops in Alberta
- Emerging Virus and Viroid Disease Risks on Greenhouse Crops
- Greenhouse Sanitation
- Managing cucumber green mottle mosaic virus in Alberta greenhouses
- Pests of Greenhouse Sweet Peppers and their Biological Control
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