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Greenhouse by Mind Map: Greenhouse

1. Greenhouse Gases

1.1. There are mainly four main types of gases in greenhouse. They are: 1) Carbon Dioxide 2) Methane 3) Nitrous Oxide 4) Water Vapor

2. Pros

2.1. 1) Plant Protection

2.2. 2) Climate Control

2.3. 3) Longer growing season

2.4. 4) Greenhouses protect crops from many diseases, particularly those that are soilborne and splash onto plants in the rain.

2.5. 5) Ability to grow year-round produce, even off-season

2.6. 6) Maximizing profits

3. Cons

3.1. 1) High production costs

3.2. 2) You need a sizeable initial investment

3.3. 3) Higher skill level required

3.4. 4) Optimal conditions for diseases

3.5. 5) You need an established market operation

4. Things inside the greenhouse

4.1. 1) A mix of pots. Having pots in a range of sizes readily available will let you do everything from seed-starting to growing specimen plants

4.2. 2) Seed-starting trays

4.3. 3) Garden, Labels and markers, Sprays.

4.4. 4) We can grow plants such as Lettuce. Peppers. Tomatoes. Broccoli. Carrots. Corn. Cucumbers. Cabbage.

5. Structure and meaning

5.1. The greenhouse effect is a natural process that warms the Earth's surface. When the Sun's energy reaches the Earth's atmosphere, some of it is reflected back to space and the rest is absorbed and re-radiated by greenhouse gases. ... The absorbed energy warms the atmosphere and the surface of the Earth.

6. Ideal Temperature

6.1. The ideal temperature for most plants to flourish is somewhere between 80 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit.