First of all, a bioshelter is a solar greenhouse managed as an indoor ecosystem. habitat, including flowers blooming all year, provide habitat for predatory insects to thrive. Ground beetles, spiders, toads and other predators may also join the ecosystem. A diverse mix of crops, and human control of crops, habitat, temperature, humidity and light levels help maintain the system.
plan and design ahead, study the site, the climate, a diverse set of crops to suit the nearby markets,. Design your bioshelter and other season extenders to meet the long term needs of multiple crops. integrate as many functions as you need into a bioshelter, growing area, potting room, processing kitchen, storage., with the growing area getting priority sun spaces and the rest on north side to help buffer climate in the bioshelter. use functional thermal mass, such as deep planters with rock storage underneath.
draw maps, and designs and tweak them until you get the right layout and the right integration of systems that suit your needs
the better your advanced planning and budgeting, the more success you will have.