Thanks a lot Rick, interesting to see how you deal with your challenges, here up north we have others- more connected to preserving heat than getting rid of it- ha ha, however with a greenhouse that preserves heat, high temperatures comes automatically. So, we get it both. Talking about solutions, two rules apply
1) Keep it simple (KISS)
2) If there is a chance of failure, then it will happen, - and when it happens its always when it suits the least. E.g. when you are away. So dealing with greenhouse automation I made the following rule "Its (almost) impossible to make it fool-proof; the fools are much to clever"
Good Luck with the summer heat
No it is not. Mucho shade from the bench above.I find it interesting how shady the growing area is, especially for those Maudiae-type and primulinum in flower. Is that area much brighter in the heat of summer?
Spooky SK...you look pissed off and a bit like David Morse
in one of his mean roles. Actually, that's a compliment.
He's a great character actor.
Beautiful installation! I dream to have as much place than you to cultivate plants.
In prevention of bacterial or fungic attacks do you apply some treatements on your plants ?