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System also monitors CO2 concentration in greenhouses
Japanese autopart manufacturer to develop greenhouse control systems
It also monitors carbon dioxide concentration in greenhouses and external conditions, such as wind direction and speed, as well as the amount of sunlight and rainfall needed to maintain an optimal growth environment.
It opens and closes greenhouse roof windows and climate curtains, controls a mist generator and supplies nutrients.
Denso's demo/test greenhouse
Tests involving a greenhouse containing tomato plants showed that the system is capable of increasing crop yields.
“The system is suited for typically small greenhouses in hot and humid Japan, whereas imported systems are designed for large greenhouses,” a Denso official said.
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