when growing indoors or in a greenhouse, be prepared to face different challenges than you would in the outside world.
Especially when you’re utilizing grow lights, indoor growing can give you less control over high temperatures than you’d like. Redirecting rays for the greatest efficiency can be difficult without creating those dreaded “hot spots” – pockets of too-high temperatures that radiate from your fixture.
What’s the solution? Blocking light of course, which reduces high temperature. But why not reflect it, put it to good use, and save energy in the meantime, too?
DON’T JUST PROTECT – REDIRECT
Better than any foil or similar products, the Sunfilm® Sun Blocker brings you a twin solution to hot spot problems: simultaneously blocking light, while also reflecting it in a way that reduces excessively high temperatures. It also refracts rays to the benefit of your indoor growing setup or greenhouse.
- 3 LAYER TECHNOLOGY – A barrier bubble film is sandwiched between two layers of foil, creating both insulation and reflection.
- HALT DISEASE – Reduction of hot spots and increased radiance slows down developing bacterial and fungal diseases.
- CONSERVE – Blocks off 97% of all radiant heat while reflecting it as beneficial photosynthesis for your greenhouse plants.
Manage heat and light problems with brilliance.
when the proverbial “trouble” hits the fan, you’ll want Versa-Kool air circulation fans on your side.
Plants need adequate moisture, sunlight, and nutrients to grow – even the most basic gardeners know this. But why is airflow so important?
rain or shine, greenhouse plastic coverings should be designed to let in optimal light while stabilizing temperature.
What should you expect from your cover? Many things. Among them: strength, flexibility, clarity, longevity, and reliability. All can be achieved in one simple yet perfect design.
the very best in the greenhouse grow light business just got a whole lot brighter.
If providing light for your plants, do it like a champ. For crops that need optimal photosynthetic conditions 24/7, don’t beat around the bush – you want only the best for your plant babies. So why not give them the best?
the simple yet sophisticated approach to a neat, complete greenhouse: greenhouse ground cover or landscape fabric.
Not quite in the market for a fancy greenhouse foundation (at least, not yet)? You’ll need an easy and flexible way to pave over that open ground – that is, if you’re not direct planting or utilizing the soils in your structure.
enjoy one of the bestselling, highest-rated blackout cover options in the light deprivation greenhouse industry: Americover new blackout fabric.
Light deprivation is one of the edgiest and most modern growing methods in greenhouse agriculture today. To make sure it all happens right, you’ll need to rely on only the highest quality tools out there for your system.
greenhouse growing has never been more adaptable, customizable, or affordable with the help of Solexx greenhouse panels.
For DIY growers and agriculturists who take the road less traveled, Solexx provides a top-of-the-line covering alternative to the standard frame-and-covering model. But it doesn’t just have to be an alternative – these covers can also add enhancement to your already existing structure.
the greenhouse world is yours for the taking – create climate control that keeps up with your demands.
it’s the bane of every grower: insects, pests, and other critters getting into your greenhouse. how to combat them? insect netting.
After all, these agricultural masterpieces create the most appealing environments to help your plants flourish. Logically, they’ll be perfect for and attractive to wildlife, too.
light deprivation greenhouses are all about having more control over one’s operation…
…in particular, control over important natural elements that growers wouldn’t have otherwise. For the most ambitious of producers, these systems and structures will allow the manipulation of periods of light and darkness to grow the very best flower crops possible. It’s truly amazing science; even better, it’s simple to learn.