Find out how you can save energy without risking disease problems or crop development problems by visiting a Humidity Control Workshop at Stockbridge Technology Centre on the afternoon of 10th March.
Humidity control techniques are constantly evolving and some of the most recent developments are using fan systems and moving to new humidity measurement methods like absolute humidity or vapour pressure deficit.
Rene Beerkens, Greenhouse Climate Consultant with Hoogendoorn Growth Management in Holland will share his experience of how growers in the Netherlands and beyond are using these techniques to achieve effective humidity control whilst reducing energy consumption.
The workshop is being held in conjunction with the Tomato Working Party and the topics covered will be of greatest interest to tomato, cucumber and pepper growers. To get the best from the meeting you will need to have intermediate or expert level proficiency in greenhouse humidity control. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, to reserve a place visit www.growsave.co.uk