The Greenhouse Technology
The Greenhouse Technology is a greenhouse structural framework designed for the propagation of vegetables, fruits, and seeds in Cameroon.
The Greenhouse Technology is a greenhouse constructed by Greenhouse Ventures for farmers in Cameroon and Africa. The greenhouse is constructed with a metal framework and covered with UV treated plastic and can be used to grow several vegetables, fruits, and seeds. The greenhouse does not come with any irrigation or heating system, but the company also sells a drip irrigation system.
Cameroon and other countries in Africa
881.83 USD (500,000 CFA) Converted July 2020
Goal 2: Zero hunger
The greenhouse is built on-site by the manufacturer.
Users can purchase a greenhouse by contacting the manufacturer.
Dimensions of the greenhouse (l x w x h)
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Does the technology come with a customized irrigation system?
Does the technology come with a monitoring system?
Price of the greenhouse per square meter
Number of plants that can be held at once
The greenhouse is built with a metal framework and covered with a UV treated plastic. The basic size for the greenhouse is 8 x 15 m but the manufacturer can also custom design greenhouses.
Technical support and training is provided by the manufacturer.
The UV treated plastic is replaceable.
The manufacturer specifies that their greenhouse, when compared to outdoor farms, increases harvest area by up to 120%, can reduce growing time by up to 35%, provides optimum growth and crop yields, can grow crops year round, and offers a return on investment in under 18 months. The manufacturer also specifies that, when coupled with their drip irrigation systems, their greenhouse systems reduce water use by 45-75%.
The manufacturer has tested their greenhouses in different ecological zones in Cameroon.
No known safety hazards are related to this product.
Czyzyk, K.A., Bement, S.T., Dawson, W.F. and Mehta, K., 2014, Quantifying water savings with greenhouse farming, IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC 2014), pp. 325-332.
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