Turkey:KUBO’s Ultra-Clima to expand

KUBO’s Ultra-Clima system has more than proven itself during 2 cultivation seasons at the company Konya Seker in Turkey. Productivity met the extremely high expectations, even exceeding 75 kg in one cultivation this year. It also emerged that heating the greenhouse in this region with the low water supply temperatures of 45 to 50 C is not a problem.

Second Ultra-Clima in Turkey

This success is now being continued in Turkey. Renowned company Marka from Sivas has opted for KUBO’s Ultra-Clima system. Marka is a large progressive supermarket chain with various activities in its holding company. It recently invested in its own livestock breeding company for meat sales in its supermarkets and in a solar power plant.

This greenhouse with the Ultra-Clima system will be used for the cultivation of tomatoes to be sold in the Marka supermarkets. Marka chose the Ultra-Clima greenhouse because of its high productivity and its energy source. The new project will be heated using warm water from a geothermic source. The water to be fed in is at a low temperature, however, making the most of the efficiency of the Ultra-Clima with Air Handling Units. Sivas is located in central Turkey and is known for its cold winters.

Preparation of the land has since started. Further expansion with Ultra-Clima greenhouses has been taken into account.

Cultivation advice

The importance of having a cultivation consultant who is familiar with the Ultra-Clima technology became clear at Konya Seker. KUBO also provides Marka with a cultivation consultant to assist the local cultivation managers get the maximum return from the new system. In this way KUBO not only contributes in the area of greenhouse technology, but also in the area of cultivation technology, towards bringing (greenhouse) horticulture in Turkey to the next level.

For more information:
KUBO Greenhouse Projects B.V.
Email: info@kubo.nl

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