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Banana Greenhouse

Banana Greenhouse

At our facility, we take pride in the production of our steel constructions, all of which are meticulously crafted from 100 percent hot-dip galvanized steel. Our commitment to quality ensures that our structures remain highly resistant to corrosion for many years, a testament to their durability.

One standout feature of our greenhouse solutions is that they are designed for easy assembly, with bolt-mounted connections that eliminate the need for welding during setup. This not only streamlines the installation process but also adds to the structural integrity of the greenhouse.

Moreover, our greenhouses are engineered for exceptional resilience. Their special roof structure provides robust support, allowing them to withstand high snow loads and winds with speeds ranging from 120 to 130 km/h. This resilience is a hallmark of our commitment to delivering products that excel in challenging conditions.

The advantages of our roof slopes go beyond structural integrity. They facilitate the natural flow of hot air, ensuring that it exits from the highest point. This promotes a healthier environment for your greenhouse crops.

Our greenhouse options come in various dimensions, offering ridge heights ranging from 7 meters to 8 meters, column spacings at 5, 7, 8, 9, and 6 meters. These specifications are particularly appealing to producers seeking an expansive growing area and a versatile solution.

For effective climate control, our greenhouses feature overhead ventilation windows available in both single and double configurations (butterfly style). Upon request, we can also incorporate side ventilation systems to cater to your specific needs.

Key Considerations for Greenhouse Banana Cultivation

In the realm of banana cultivation within greenhouses, several key considerations come into play:

  1. Gutter Height: To create an optimal growth environment with the right temperature, a minimum gutter height of 5 meters should be planned.

  2. Ventilation: Temperature and humidity control are paramount in greenhouse banana cultivation. It's essential to ensure a total ventilation window opening that accounts for 6 percent of the greenhouse floor area, with 2.5 percent on the roof and 3.5 percent on the sides.

  3. Ventilation Efficiency: Positioning ventilation windows lower on the sides, just below the gutter, can significantly enhance ventilation efficiency.

  4. Shading: In summer, the use of shading material is vital to prevent indoor temperatures from exceeding 34°C, thus averting heat stress in banana plants.

  5. Temperature Control: Banana plants are sensitive to temperature fluctuations. Maintaining a consistent temperature within the greenhouse is crucial. Ventilation strategies should be in place to counteract rapid temperature changes.

  6. Misting Systems: Installing fogging systems in the upper parts of the greenhouse can prolong the airborne time of water particles, promoting better humidity control.

  7. Orientation: Greenhouses should be oriented in the east-west direction to maximize light transmittance during winter months.

  8. Cover Material: The choice of greenhouse cover material should prioritize high light transmittance and low moisture condensation rates.

  9. Cover Material Lifespan: Plastic cover materials experience a yearly decrease in light transmittance of 5 to 8 percent. Renewal should be considered once their economic lifespan is completed. Double-layered cover materials, although effective, should be chosen with higher light permeability.

  10. Temperature Control: Effective ventilation is essential for maintaining the desired climate conditions for banana cultivation within the greenhouse. When the temperature exceeds 27°C, proper ventilation should be implemented.

At our core, we are dedicated to providing high-quality steel constructions and greenhouse solutions to meet your unique needs. Our commitment to excellence ensures that you have the tools necessary for successful and productive greenhouse agriculture.

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