How do you make decisions related to crop production in your greenhouse? The most common decision-making aids are notes made during previous production seasons and reacting to problems that arise. While using notes and reacting to situations as they arise are commonplace, each season and year is going to be different than the previous one.
[imageviewer] As part of the movement toward sustainable production of greenhouse crops, many growers are looking for non-chemical alternatives to control plant height and size. Fortunately, there are numerous options available. These options include genetic selection, planning and graphical tracking, environmental manipulation of light quality and air temperature, cultural manipulation of irrigation and mineral nutrition