Microclimate in the greenhouse – humidity and air environment
Relative humidity in greenhouse (also called greenhouse humidity) and greenhouse air environment are the most important components of the microclimate in the greenhouse.
In the previous article devoted to the microclimate theme of the greenhouse and its components we gave a brief overview of the first two main components of the microclimate in a greenhouse room. They are the incoming light inside the greenhouse and the temperature ranges in the room.
The temperature in the greenhouse
The greenhouse temperature is the other element of the microclimate that can be adjusted in the greenhouse environment. Typically the temperature in the greenhouse is referring to the average temperature inside the greenhouse structure. However it is worth remembering that in fact the temperature in different parts of the greenhouse design will differ. Even under the same influence of external conditions and under the influence of the same heat sources. In addition it should also be taken into consideration that even the indoors heat never stands still. That’s happening because the air constantly circulates according to the laws of physics. read more →
The level of the illumination and the temperature in the greenhouse
There are two main components of the microclimate inside the greenhouse which are the greenhouse illumination level and the greenhouse temperature.
The microclimate is a set of climatic conditions which are usual for the specific region but in our case the microclimate should be created inside the greenhouse. The microclimate is formed due to the influence of a number of physical phenomena. We would like to underline the most important physical phenomena for the functioning of greenhouses. There are the light, the ambient temperature, the relative humidity and the air environment. read more →