CMF last year launched its innovative range of plastic multispan greenhouses, GreenPush (for which it received a silver medal at the Sival Trade Fair). The ovalized tube, designed by the CMF engineering department, is conceived to obtain optimised production (greater volume, light, load and resistance).
In 2019, GreenPush is moving towards the semi-closed greenhouse with a new offer called GreenPush BioActiv. It has a high-tech climate management system intended to meet the requirements of professionals and facilitate the creation of favourable conditions for integrated pest management.
New features for sustainable and more environmentally responsible crops
Uniformity is obtained throughout the greenhouse thanks to a new system for managing temperature, hygrometry and CO2. Air ducts placed under the crops distribute the prepared air under the right temperature, hygrometry and CO2 conditions for the needs of the plants. CMF’s new installation adapts to the climatic conditions to obtain more homogeneous crops by decreasing or even eliminating the need for phytosanitary products.
An insect-pest protection solution installed on the ventilation windows means that growers should have healthier crops without the use of pesticides. The entire installation contributes to increasing yields, according to the company.
The new units can also be installed on an existing plastic or glass multispan greenhouse.
CMF will present GreenPush BioActiv at the GreenTech show in Amsterdam from June 11th to 13th 2019, Energy Segment (Hall 2, Booth 132, Food'Loire)