Pot plant production in greenhouses
We always plan greenhouse nurseries from the inside out. That means, we start looking at the crop or crops we want to produce, after which we define the production system and finally we look into what structure is the best to cover that production with.
Production systems for potted plants grown in greenhouses vary, not only from crop to crop, but also from continent to continent, based on climate, hourly rates for workers, and single crop versus multiple crop production in one greenhouse block.
We are capable of designing everything from drained dirt floors, concrete floors with ebb and flood systems, rolling tables, mobile tables and gutter systems in all different variations. This includes planning layout of working areas, machinery, irrigation systems, crane systems etc. No matter how complicated your nursery might be, systemizing and planning not only saves money, but also increases quality.