The lighting system in greenhouses
Generally, greenhouses need 6hours per day of full sun, especially during winter. Without adequate light, plants will not be able to photosynthesize and will eventually die.
If having 6 hours of full sunlight is not possible, supplemental lighting is done to make sure the plants are able to make sugar or their own food in order to grow.
The lighting system inside a greenhouse can be programmed and control. Depending on the type of crop, the time of year, and how much sunlight is available, the lighting system is installed and programmed.
We conduct installation and programming of lights in greenhouses which can be controlled manually or remotely.