This is a neobook

This neobook is designed to provide the technical training and tools to greenhouse growers. The book is written for growers ... by a collective group of plant scientists, physicists, technologists, and growers.

Why do we call it a neobook?

It is open, free, and never gets outdated. We pore over original sources (articles, books, papers, interviews, and more) and publish with the goal of updating the work over time.
It can fit within your pocket and available wherever you go. Wouldn’t it be convenient to pull out your phone and discuss the material with another colleague while standing next to your crop?
State-of-the-art knowledge from the proven experts — the best, most knowledgeable folks we can find on a topic. Reading this book should be like having a stable of experts at your disposal.
Not reinventing the wheel. We will cite and link original/authoritative sources where relevant. However, we don’t follow the academic tradition of citing simply for the sake of giving credits or for the sake of being comprehensive in the eyes of peer reviews. We will cite (and link if possible) specific sections of the external material with the goal of helping you — the readers — gain the maximal (authoritative) knowledge with the minimal effort.

Companion textbook

This Greenhouse Horticulture textbook by Cecilia Stanghellini, Bert Van 't Ooster, and Ep Heuvelink is an excellent companion material if you wish to dive deep into Physics or Plant Physilogy topics that we present below. We will also cite specific sections where relevant.

Discussion Forum

Companion textbook

This Greenhouse Horticulture textbook by Cecilia Stanghellini, Bert Van 't Ooster, and Ep Heuvelink is an excellent companion material if you wish to dive deep into Physics or Plant Physilogy topics that we present below. We will also cite specific sections where relevant.

Discussion Forum

If you have questions about any topic that we present here, feel free to ask questions on https://ceaforum.org/. Questions that receive sufficient interest will be incorporated in the FAQ section of this book.