WHAT IS GREEN HOUSE?
A greenhouse is a structure with walls and roof primarily constructed of transparent material, such as glass, in which plants that require controlled climatic conditions are grown. These structures come in a variety of sizes, from modest sheds to large industrial constructions. The term "cold frame" refers to a tiny greenhouse. When a greenhouse is exposed to sunshine, the interior temperature rises significantly above the outside temperature, shielding the contents from the elements.
Many commercial glass greenhouses or hothouses are high-tech vegetable, flower, or fruit producing facilities.The glass greenhouses are equipped with screening systems, heating, cooling, and lighting, all of which can be controlled by a computer to maximise plant growth conditions.
WATER TREATMENT AT GREEN HOUSE
Every greenhouse should have a risk-management strategy in place for irrigation water. However, before choosing a water-treatment system, greenhouse growers must consider the quality of the water source, treatment choices that are appropriate for the problem, and the system's compatibility with the operation's procedures and employees.
When agricultural runoff increases in water bodies that are connected to the water source, agrichemicals or nutrients can increase in surface water or ground water. Plant growth regulators might dissolve in the solution and build up in the catchment tank. As a result, farmers should consider water treatment as a risk-management strategy and construct a system that continuously monitors for potential threats (e.g., an inline chlorine metre) or provide a continuous treatment point as a preventative mechanism (e.g., carbon filtration).
ADVANTAGES OF WATER TREATMENT AT GREEN HOUSE
- 1. RO Water treatment is simply one part of the manufacturing process; any other procedures that can assist prevent difficulties are also important parts of the system.
- 2. Water treatment as a strategy for reducing inoculum in the water and preventing diseases caused by microorganisms in the water.
- 3. Cultivators should avoid cluttering the solutions by using water treatment filters to remove debris or agrochemicals.
GREEN HOUSE RO WATER TREATMENT PLANT: INTEGRATED SYSTEM DESIGN
- 1. SANITIZING:Filter first, then sanitise. Sanitization will be hampered by organic material in the solution. As a result, before sanitising, filter away the debris.
- 2. STORAGE TANKS: Storage tanks will decrease the flow of water and lower the size of the water treatment equipment. In storage tanks, the contact period of the sanitizers with the solutions can be extended, lowering the need for a high sanitizer concentration.
- 3. MULTI STAGE FILTRATION: The importance of multiple-stage filtration cannot be overstated. Filters that silt up too soon are abandoned by growers. They are trapping something if they are clogging. Install filters in a sequence, from coarse to fine pores, to maximise filtration performance and reduce the frequency with which they must be cleaned.
- 4. MONITORING: A system can only be effective if it works correctly. Include sampling valves and inline metres for measuring active substances.
NETSOL WATER is a manufacturing industry of water treatment plants. They aim at providing best water treatment systems to their clients by which customer’s demands can be meet. By understanding the importance of green house, Netsol can provide advance and innovative green house RO water treatment system.