In the past, greenhouse roof light transmittance has always been measured when the roof was dry. But a greenhouse roof spends half the year wet from condensation, and the type of condensation determines how much light passes through the glass. Now there is a measurement protocol that can quantify that. An anti-condensation coating is an option for existing greenhouses and Dutch tomato grower Paul van Paassen is the first grower to try it out.
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