top of page

Maximising yield in your greenhouse tip and advice.

Updated: Mar 2

To maximise the yield and productivity of your greenhouse, you can follow these steps:

  1. Select the right crops: Choose crops that are well suited to your local climate and the growing conditions in your greenhouse. Some crops, such as tomatoes and cucumbers, are particularly well suited to greenhouse growing.

  2. Control the environment: Maintain a stable and optimal growing environment by controlling temperature, humidity, and light levels. Use fans, vents, and shading to regulate temperature, and misting systems to control humidity.

  3. Proper irrigation: Provide consistent and sufficient water to your plants, either through manual watering or an automatic irrigation system.

  4. Use proper soil and nutrients: Use high-quality soil and provide your plants with the right nutrients to ensure healthy growth and maximise yields.

  5. Maintain good air circulation: Ensure that air circulates freely within your greenhouse to prevent mould and mildew from developing, and to prevent insect pests from thriving.

In terms of tools and equipment, some essential items for a successful greenhouse operation include: a watering system, temperature and humidity monitoring equipment, grow lights, potting tables, and tools for maintaining soil health.

greenhouse yield growing crops
Optimize your harvest

29 views0 comments


bottom of page