Growing tomato in a greenhouse: case history
Tomato plants need high thermal conditions and lots of light. As a result, greenhouse cultivation is considered as an the optimal solution for the production of this type of plant.
An example: Stefano Faccio, Verona (Italy)
The Faccio Stefano farm, in the province of Verona, has taken advantage of this cultivation methodology and has recently built a greenhouse for tomato production, choosing to install a multiple MULTIMED model structure.
The characteristics of the structure match the technical requirements that are needed for the cultivation of the tomato plant. In fact, the materials used for the construction of the Faccio Stefano’s greenhouse guarantee ample light inside the whole structure. Furthermore, the MULTIMED model is suitable for a medium / high volume of cultivation crops with different growth potentials and with different production cycles.
Greenhouse’s technical details
The structure consists of 5 bays 97.50 meters long. At the top there is plastic film covering which is fixed with aluminum profile. The sides of the greenhouse are equipped with 4 motorized openings with corners cladded with polycarbonate. Gables present the peculiarity of opening tilting half-moons, which are motorized as well. This system allows a correct management of the hot air in the greenhouse.
Now we can start the production!
With a strong entrepreneurial spirit and passion for agriculture which is handed down from generation to generation, we just have to wish Stefano Faccio and his family the best for their tomato production.
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