Vegetarian is a unique design that resembles a greenhouse, but has significant differences. A veggie allows you to grow a variety of plants throughout the year. At the same time, the yield of greens and vegetables will be much higher and of better quality, and most importantly, much earlier than when grown in open ground.
Let's find out what are the features and recommendations for growing various crops in a bio-vegetarian.
Features of a vegetarian
Today, solar bio-vegetarian is considered an interesting novelty in the world of growing various garden plants. And such designs are increasingly found, both in small areas and in fairly large farms aimed at business.
This design has many advantages. First of all, it is good illumination of the interior. As a result, the growth and development of plants is significantly improved, as they receive a sufficient amount of sunlight.
There is also a ventilation system, which is designed so that the air reaches the plants without problems and losses of important elements (hydrogen, carbon dioxide).
With a properly constructed structure, if the vegetarian was built independently, minimal heat loss is observed in winter. This is the main advantage over simple greenhouses, where an additional heating system is needed to maintain the correct microclimate.
The roof of the vegetarian is made so that the sun's rays pass at a right angle. As a result, enough sunlight is accumulated inside the room to store the energy and heat necessary for the full growth of vegetables and fruits.
Vegetarian is equipped with a special irrigation system, which greatly facilitates the process of planting maintenance. Each plant receives a sufficient amount of moisture, which positively affects the volume and quality of the crop.