Why Is Automated Light Deprivation So Beneficial?
It’s simple and science. The simple part is that you get more harvests per year. The science is that light deprivation simulates a 12-hour light and a 12-hour dark photoperiod, through the use of our blackout tarp. This changes the length of days and nights in late summer and early fall months and will trigger plants to flower much faster than they would on their own.
To automate each greenhouse we use Growlinks automated controller, which allows you to conveniently control everything from the blackout tarp, fans, lights, etc., all at the push of a button. So no more lugging around black tarps at all hours of the day. Not to mention that more control over your plants means better quality and consistency.
So why is automated light deprivation so beneficial? It saves you money. It allows you to grow more crops. And more crops = more money.
Because of the quality and performance of our product, we have made it accessible to every grower; from large commercial operations to backyard residential growers. Have a question? You can also email us at Support@Canopygreenhouse.com
We currently have 4 stock sizes: 1550 sq feet, 3100 sq feet, 6200 sq feet, and 10000 sq feet. In addition we can custom build a size to meet your specifications (must be at least 1000 sq feet). The greenhouses are available with either a 200 micron polyethylene covering or 8 mm polycarbonate covering, and come with our state of the art automated controller (WiFi and Internet Required). We also offer a variety of different components, which will enable you to completely control the environment in which your plants grow, and can be connected to the controller for seamless automation. For more information on the components that we offer, check out our catalog. If you live in a county or city which require engineered stamped plans, we do offer those as a service.
Need Light Deprivation For An Existing Greenhouse?
Send us an email at Support@Canopygreenhouse.com and include the information to the questions below. The more information you can provide, the better it will allow us to accurately fit the light deprivation to your greenhouse.
1. Greenhouse size, length, width and height (section height and total height)
2. Frame: size and thickness of the arch pipe, side column, inner beam, and the distance of each pipe
3. What covering is used for the greenhouse
4. Pictures of the greenhouse (both inside and out)