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Heat From The Ground Up With A Small Diameter (SD) Rubber Tube System


No matter the environment - out in the field or within the greenhouse - controlling soil temperature with hot water heat provides a host of benefits. Root zone heating warms the plant directly, rather than the air above it, providing a very efficient method that saves energy, improves plant health and allows for increased production turns.
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January 9-10, 2011, St. Louis, MO


Hydronic Heating
What is hydronic heating and how could it benefit your operation? Energy savings of more than 20% is just one reason to evaluate your energy options.

by Michael Kovalycsik, National Sales & Marketing Director, Delta T Solutions

Hydronic HeatingUnreliable fuel prices have everyone searching for ways to cut costs, and in an industry that is increasingly more concerned with the environment and growing more sustainably, we all have a responsibility to maximize energy efficiency. Hydronic heating is an affordable option that will heat plants and greenhouses more effectively than conventional systems, allowing growers to save money on energy bills while improving plant health and producing high-quality, uniform crops.

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Heat Enhances His Organic Crops
Reduced disease is a side benefit of Howard Prussack’s heating overhaul, which dramatically cut his energy costs.

Howard PrussackPROFILE: Howard & Lisa Crawford Prussack, owners, High Meadows Farm, Putney, VT.

MARKET: High Meadows grows and sells all-organic herbs, hanging baskets, patio vegetables, and perennials to Whole Foods stores, markets, and garden centers in Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.

GROWING AREA: 23,000 square feet of greenhouses plus three acres of field growing (garlic, onions, winter squash and pumpkin). Separate greenhouses dedicated to raspberries and tomatoes, as well as herbs and vegetables.

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