Chris Jose wrote: Simply put, at least 30-50% of your grow space needs to get summer sun and obviously that would mean it gets good mid season and winter sun also. You could get away with less, but remember, without direct sun, most plants will not thrive.
Chris Jose wrote:Have you looked at growing micro-greens?
Adam Klaus wrote:The ceiling chimney will not dump hot air fast enough, IMHO. It is very easy to fry your plants in a greenhouse. Cross ventilation from the two ends of the greenhouse is a key design feature that is almost always used.
Adam Klaus wrote:Problem is in summertime, hence the need for tons of cross ventilation.
Adam Klaus wrote:Your back bed wont get enough light.
Adam Klaus wrote:Finding ways to minimize the temperature differential from day to night, while allowing ample light levels, is the challenge of greenhouse design. Strategies like CRMPI's climate battery are genius for that.
Adam Klaus wrote: I would reccomend having a polycarbonate south wall and ceiling. Have the north wall shared with your house.
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