Technologies in Use
Modern cultivation technologies will be used for the construction of greenhouse complexes allowing for speeding up the payback on the projects, owing to a high yield of greenhouse crops.
Nowadays, the most common technology among the modern greenhouse ones is the small crop amount cultivation technology together with the use of drip irrigation as well as the use of such systems as shading, electric supplementary lighting and misting.
This technology is the most widely spread in Netherlands, Spain, Finland, Israel and is actively used in America. It is interesting that a considerable part of technological innovations in this area belongs to Russia. However this method has been used at the level of inventions and experiments for a long time in our country, whereas its advantages, as compared with traditional technologies, have been immediately valued abroad.
Annual volumes of small amount greenhouse construction in the USA, Holland, Spain, Italy and Israel have made up tens of thousands of hectares for the period since the year 1975 till present. The main reason for such an extensive distribution of this technology has turned out to be high economic efficiency, being received due to both an increase in yield, and the significant amount of resources being conserved.
The System of Vapor Induced Cooling and Supplementary Misting. For the purpose of decreasing the temperature in summer, the System of Vapor Induced Cooling and Supplementary Misting is used in greenhouses (fogging) together with shading.