How Auto Light Deprivation Brings Ease to Gardening
Mar 07, 2017 22:05
Gardening can be a fantastic hobby for all sorts of reasons, whether you’re looking for a new way to utilise your time or aiming to grow enough food to feed you and your family. Some people grow crops in line with the natural seasons in their garden while others use modern growing techniques to ensure healthy crop growth all-year round in their allotment. One of the most modern growing techniques is known as light deprivation growing, and not only does it mean you can harvest crops multiple times a year, but it also means you can make gardening easier than ever before.
A light deprivation greenhouse allows you to control your crops’ exposure to sunlight, effectively controlling the seasons to promote healthy plant growth throughout the year. When it comes down to it, why should you harvest once a year when multiple harvests are possible? You might think that you need to learn complex skills to take advantage of light deprivation growing, but for many reasons – some of which are detailed below – growing your crops in a light deprivation shed can be easier than growing crops in the traditional way. Keep reading below to find out more about automated light dep and why it’s so beneficial for your plants.
The Ease of Light Deprivation
As a gardener, you’re probably already aware of which crops grow well in which seasons, which means you’ll have an idea of how much sunlight your plants need to grow healthily. All you need to do is recreate those sunlight hours in your light deprivation greenhouse for your plants to grow at any time of year you desire. Of course, you can control the amount of sunlight your plants receive manually to ensure a healthy harvest, but you can make things even simpler by embracing automation.
Most modern light deprivation greenhouses don’t require much human interaction to serve their purpose. You can manually set the timers that dictate when your plants will receive sunlight and then sit back and relax while your greenhouse does the rest. Of course, you’ll still need to water your crops to give them the required nutrients for healthy growth, but you won’t have to spend hours of your time ensuring they’re growing in the right conditions.
You Don’t Need Pesticides
All sorts of things can ruin a yield, including disease, pests, and severe weather conditions. We’ll go to great lengths to protect our plants from natural disasters and pesky wildlife, and that often means using the likes of chemicals, pesticides, and GMOs. However, using these chemicals can not only damage the environment, but they can also be a pain to use effectively and require a significant investment. Fortunately, by growing your plants in a light deprivation greenhouse, you often don’t need to use any additional chemicals to ensure healthy plant growth.
You have complete control over almost every factor that affects the environment within your greenhouse, which means you don’t need to use GMOs to encourage your plants to flower. Additionally, you can ensure small pests such as rodents and insects can’t work their way inside your little crop sanctuary. This not only makes growing plants much easier, but it also allows you to grow organic food that has many perceived health benefits compared to foods grown with GMOs, and you could make some money thanks to the booming organic food industry.
Grow Plants any Time of Year
Part of what makes gardening difficult is being able to recognize when it’s the optimum time to plant your crops, and if you get it wrong, you might not produce an impressive yield. Why wait for the perfect weather conditions for crop growth when you can create your own? Light deprivation greenhouses take the guesswork out of crop growth in many situations and allow you to harvest multiple times a year for greater yields. You’ll have healthier crops, more food and potentially a better living.
Every industry in the world evolves at a rapid pace, and the gardening and farming industries are no exceptions. Fortunately, modern, advanced techniques serve to make gardening easier and crops healthier, and a light deprivation greenhouse will help you save money, improve your yields, eliminate the need to use chemicals, and harvest multiple times a year. Plus, as everything is automated, you’ll make your gardening hobby easier than it’s ever been before.
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