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Record number 492375
Title Een perfecte roos energiezuinig geteelt
Author(s) Gelder, A. de; Warmenhoven, M.G.; Knaap, E. van der; Baar, P.H. van; Grootscholten, M.; Aelst, N.
Source Bleiswijk : Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw (Rapport GTB 1369) - 96
Department(s) WUR GTB Teelt & Bedrijfssystemen
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2015
Keyword(s) rozen - teelt onder bescherming - glastuinbouw - gewaskwaliteit - energiebesparing - kooldioxide - verwarming - diffuus glas - koelen - led lampen - ventilatie - meeldauw - botrytis - vaasleven - economische analyse - bloementeelt - roses - protected cultivation - greenhouse horticulture - crop quality - energy saving - carbon dioxide - heating - diffused glass - cooling - led lamps - ventilation - mildews - vase life - economic analysis - floriculture
Categories Floriculture / Horticulture / Cropping Systems
Abstract Within a greenhouse equipped with diffuse glass, cooling from above the crop, LED interlighting, active ventilation with tubes below the gutters and three screens an experiment was conducted to produce good quality roses in an energy effi cient way. After two years research the roses cv Red Naomi! fulfi lled the desired quality marks. This was achieved with less energy for heating compared to a defi ned virtual reference compartment. Combined with heat harvested during cooling there was no need for additional heating energy. The crop management was a key factor in the way to quality. For control of mildew and Botrytis it was necessary to keep the air humidity below 85 %. This is hard to achieve in an energy saving cropping system.
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