With the right knowledge of the status of the crop and a prediction of conditions, most growers are these days able to predict harvests reasonably accurately. Nevertheless, there are many conditions that can disrupt crop growth. For example, a rapidly warming greenhouse after a cold night can cause problems. This can impede growth and make harvest forecasts less accurate. To get the most out of the crop, it is important to keep the plant growing as regularly and with as few disruptions as possible. Regularity will ensure that the plant develops and grows the same way each cultivation. This stability ensures an even growth every consecutive harvest. Regular growth therefore ensures predictable cultivation.
How Plantonomy delivers stable growth
Plantonomy steers the plant's active transpiration in a biorhythm, continuously maintaining the general requirements for the climate. With this cultivation principle, controlling the crop based on specific environmental conditions becomes less important than the regular growth of the plant. Additionally, there may be environmental conditions, such as temperature and RH, that are different from what growers are used to. Leaving these factors to Plantonomy to manage ensures stable and uniform crop development.