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Mongolia: 800 glasshouse now completed

This new glass greenhouse with 800 square meters will be finished by the end of October 2023. This project aims to ensure a steady supply of fresh, locally-grown produce. The glass-covered greenhouse provides an ideal environment for vegetables to thrive. The transparent walls allow ample sunlight to penetrate, ensuring optimal photosynthesis and growth. Additionally, the controlled temperature and humidity levels inside the greenhouse create an ideal microclimate for plants. This means that regardless of the harsh Mongolian climate, vegetables can now be cultivated throughout the year.

The local temperature is low now, and it's snowing, so the heating system in the greenhouse will play a very important role in winter growing.

"The introduction of this new greenhouse is a game-changer for Mongolia's agricultural sector," the Kingpeng team explains. "Previously, the country heavily relied on imported vegetables, which often resulted in high prices and limited availability. However, with the establishment of this facility, local farmers can now cultivate a wide variety of vegetables, reducing the need for imports and ensuring a stable supply for the domestic market."

On top of that, the glass greenhouse serves as an educational center for aspiring farmers and students interested in agriculture. It provides a platform for knowledge sharing and practical training, ensuring the transfer of modern farming techniques and practices. This contributes to the development of a skilled workforce and promotes the adoption of advanced agricultural methods in Mongolia.

For more information:
Beijing Kingpeng International Agriculture Corporation
7th floor, Advanced Material Building, Feng Hui Zhong Lu, Haidian District,
Beijing, China, 100094
Tel.: +86 58711536
Fax: +86 587117560
[email protected]

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