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Ball RedBook, Volume 1: Greenhouses and Equipmentby Unknown
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This is the 18th edition with a publication date of 11/1/2011.
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This professional horticulture reference, which has been in print continuously since 1932, is fully revised and updated in this new edition. Based on real-life experiences from industry professionals including growers and equipment and greenhouse manufacturers, the presented information covers all aspects of greenhouse equipment--the structures themselves, benches, irrigation, curtains, environmental controls, machination, and the greenhouse as a retail facility. The most recent developments in greenhouse evolution are discussed, as are the varieties of available greenhouse structures, from freestanding and gutter-connected greenhouses to shade houses and open-roof greenhouses. Information on the business side of managing a greenhouse is provided, including how to market products and how to operate a retail store from a greenhouse.
Chris Beytes is the editor of GrowerTalks magazine and has been a professional horticulturalist for nearly 30 years. He lives in South Elgin, Illinois.