Due to the artificial microclimate conditions established within, a greenhouse is a closed building covered in transparent materials such as mesh, plastic, or glass that is used to grow and nurture plants or vegetables throughout the year.
By growing plants in a greenhouse, it is possible to improve the quality and output of the plantation, cut production costs, increase the number of crop cycles every year, better regulate temperature and pests.
The following factors should be considered while selecting one or more greenhouse types:
Soil: The soil's quality should be suitable, with plenty of nutrients and moisture for the proper growth of the crop.
The type of soil on which the building will be mounted will determine the foundation of the construction. Building it on sand as opposed to soil with plenty of stones is not the same.
The level of the ground will also need to be considered. Future efforts will be reduced the more level the ground is.
The wind's force and direction: The location and its climatic conditions have a major impact on the area's wind speed and direction. Every region experiences more frequent winds than others, whether they are cold or warm, and this might impact productivity.
Climatic requirements: Depending on the sort of crop we want to grow in its interior and the climatic requirements of the crop we intend to develop there, we would be more interested in greenhouse kinds of plastic than mesh if we planned to plant tropical plants.
Unfavorable weather: We will need to take into account if the location where we want to build the greenhouse is one with a lot of rain, hail, or snow.
Possible legal requirements: There are certain locations where it is more difficult or impossible to put up a greenhouse because of regulations or legal requirements. Before making a decision, find out what the rules are in your region.