Improvement of The Microclimate Monitoring Device in the Greenhouse

Negovanović, S. and Belingar, A. and Radojević, M. and Radičević, B. and Topisirović, G. (2019) Improvement of The Microclimate Monitoring Device in the Greenhouse. HUNGARIAN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING (35). pp. 26-33. ISSN 0864-7410 (print); 2415-9751 (online)

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Plant production in a protected area is the most intensive form of production in agriculture. Plant growth is intense throughout the year to produce high yields and good product quality. By definition, microclimate represents the climatic conditions of small spaces measured up to 2m in height from the land surface. The factors of the microclimate are soil temperature, air temperature, air humidity, soil humidity, light, and the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2). For intensive production indoors (greenhouses) it is very important that all factors of the microclimate be within the allowed limits for a particular cultivated crop. Therefore, our project aims at indicating these factors and signaling to the manufacturer if there is any reason for any of these factors to be corrected.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: microclimate, monitoring, greenhouse, computer, analysis
Subjects: T Technology / alkalmazott, műszaki tudományok > TD Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering / környezetvédelem, hulladékkezelés, egészségügyi mérnöki technika (ivóvízellátási és szennyvízkezelési technika)
Depositing User: Gabriella Virág
Date Deposited: 12 May 2020 08:34
Last Modified: 27 May 2020 08:03

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