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Spain: Construction of 15 hectares of Gothic greenhouses in Spain has started

J. Huete Greenhouses began the construction of one of the largest greenhouse projects in Europe in 2024. This complex, fifteen hectares of gothic greenhouses, is intended to produce high-quality tomatoes using sustainable hydroponic techniques for the company Bonnysa and is located in the Region of Murcia, where it will be a reference project for the Spanish agricultural sector.

Conceived in collaboration between the engineering teams of J. Huete Greenhouses and Bonnysa, the 15 Ha complex is scheduled to be operational by next autumn. The greenhouses will have a height of 6 meters from the gutter and will reach 8.80 meters from the raised ridge, with overhead butterfly ventilation and perimeter ventilation on the sides and front.

Among the equipment included is plastic coating with some areas of UV protection cellular plates, motorized rolling doors, energy-saving screens, climate control and a complete electrical system. In addition, the gutters will be lacquered in white on a Magnelis coating, which will provide greater luminosity and protection against oxidation. The arches and arms of the ventilation will also be lacquered in white to maintain an adequate temperature and improve the durability and luminosity of the plastic.

The project stands out for its hydroponic cultivation gutters hanging from the greenhouse, which incorporate a system for collecting drainage. This type of equipment allows the saving of irrigation water and fertilizers, ensuring healthy, tasty, and high-quality horticultural production, reflecting a comprehensive approach towards sustainability and operational efficiency.

While progress is made on this ambitious project in Spain, J. Huete Greenhouses continues working in other countries. Currently, it is building greenhouses in Mexico for hydroponic strawberry production, a semi-enclosed plastic greenhouse in Colombia and two berry greenhouses in Australia. Recently, it has completed the construction of seed research greenhouses in South America, the remodeling of eight hectares of glass greenhouses, the construction of new research greenhouses in Spain and the launch of one of the most technical greenhouses in Europe in Portugal to produce Medicinal Cannabis.

For more information:
J. Huete Greenhouses
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