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Anhui's largest smart greenhouse to be completed

Pub Date:20-07-09 15:45 Source:www.cnanhui.org

Aerial photo taken on July 8, 2020 shows the under-construction smart greenhouse in Yang’an village in Tongcheng city, east China’s Anhui province. Covering an area of 50,000 square meters, the greenhouse is expected to be completed in September. Planting and operational technology will be imported from the Netherlands to the smart greenhouse, the largest of its kind in the province. The internet of things and big data will also be used in growing and selling vegetables. The greenhouse is projected to see a five-fold increase in the annual output, compared with an equal area of ordinary fields.

Aerial photo taken on July 8, 2020 shows the under-construction smart greenhouse in Yang’an village in Tongcheng city, east China’s Anhui province. Covering an area of 50,000 square meters, the greenhouse is expected to be completed in September. Planting and operational technology will be imported from the Netherlands to the smart greenhouse, the largest of its kind in the province. The internet of things and big data will also be used in growing and selling vegetables. The greenhouse is projected to see a five-fold increase in the annual output, compared with an equal area of ordinary fields.

Aerial photo taken on July 8, 2020 shows the under-construction smart greenhouse in Yang’an village in Tongcheng city, east China’s Anhui province. Covering an area of 50,000 square meters, the greenhouse is expected to be completed in September. Planting and operational technology will be imported from the Netherlands to the smart greenhouse, the largest of its kind in the province. The internet of things and big data will also be used in growing and selling vegetables. The greenhouse is projected to see a five-fold increase in the annual output, compared with an equal area of ordinary fields.

Aerial photo taken on July 8, 2020 shows the under-construction smart greenhouse in Yang’an village in Tongcheng city, east China’s Anhui province. Covering an area of 50,000 square meters, the greenhouse is expected to be completed in September. Planting and operational technology will be imported from the Netherlands to the smart greenhouse, the largest of its kind in the province. The internet of things and big data will also be used in growing and selling vegetables. The greenhouse is projected to see a five-fold increase in the annual output, compared with an equal area of ordinary fields.

Aerial photo taken on July 8, 2020 shows the under-construction smart greenhouse in Yang’an village in Tongcheng city, east China’s Anhui province. Covering an area of 50,000 square meters, the greenhouse is expected to be completed in September. Planting and operational technology will be imported from the Netherlands to the smart greenhouse, the largest of its kind in the province. The internet of things and big data will also be used in growing and selling vegetables. The greenhouse is projected to see a five-fold increase in the annual output, compared with an equal area of ordinary fields.

Aerial photo taken on July 8, 2020 shows the under-construction smart greenhouse in Yang’an village in Tongcheng city, east China’s Anhui province. Covering an area of 50,000 square meters, the greenhouse is expected to be completed in September. Planting and operational technology will be imported from the Netherlands to the smart greenhouse, the largest of its kind in the province. The internet of things and big data will also be used in growing and selling vegetables. The greenhouse is projected to see a five-fold increase in the annual output, compared with an equal area of ordinary fields.


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