In Uzbekistan, we have designed and built a 2.4 hectares greenhouse project that has achieved a production of 30 kg/m2 of cucumber in only 6 months during the year 2022. This greenhouse is equipped with state-of-the-art technology that allows for very high yields.
To begin with, it has a butterfly ventilation system and a hanging channel cultivation system, which optimizes space and allows better access to the plants for maintenance and harvesting. In addition, it has a cooling system and a high-pressure fog system, which help maintain optimal temperature and humidity for cultivation.
The energy-saving screen regulates the amount of sunlight that enters the greenhouse while heating with water from a central heating plant and a heat exchanger maintains a constant temperature. Heating with water from a central heating plant and heat exchanger works using three systems: rail, crop and snow.
The greenhouse also features liquid C02 to improve plant growth and quality, and an HPS lighting system is used to provide additional light during the winter months. Irrigation is done using a hydroponic system and reverse osmosis is used to ensure that the water used is completely pure and impurities-free.
Finally, climate control ensures that all these systems work together in a coordinated manner, while we also supply harvesting trolleys and chemical treatments to guarantee the quality and safety of the final product.
This greenhouse project in Uzbekistan is an example of how state-of-the-art technology can maximize crop yield and quality while saving energy and reducing environmental impact.