GreenHab Report – January 10th

Crew 219 GreenHab Report 10-JAN-20

Crew GreenHab Officer: Cynthia Montanez

Environmental control: Heating.

Shade cloth (40% and 30%) on.

Average temperature: 24 °C; 18 %

Average Max: 29.3 °C, 21%

Average Min: 17 °C, 15.5%

9:40 A.M.

Floor Unit: 4 °C

Electronic: 18.8 °C

humidity 20%

Max: 27.4 °C; 24%

Min: 11.7 °C; 16%

12:58 P.M.

Floor Unit: 20 °C

Electronic: 28.4 °C

humidity 16%

Max: 28.7 °C; 20%

Min: 18.8 °C; 16%

2:56 P.M.

Floor Unit: 14 °C

Electronic: 24.7 °C

humidity 18%

Max: 30.3 °C; 20%

Min: 18.8 °C; 15%

4:52 P.M.

Floor Unit: 14 °C

Electronic: 24.2 °C

humidity 18%

Max: 30.7 °C; 20%

Min: 18.8 °C; 15%

Hours of supplemental light: Light system 7:00PM-12:00AM.

Daily water usage for crops: 4.46 Gal.

Daily water usage for research and/or other purposes: N/A

Water in Blue Tank – ~188.65 Gal.

Time(s) of watering for crops:

9:40 A.M.


Change to crops: The icicle radish has a lot of bite marks on the leaves and small mites flying around it when the leaves are touched. I am assuming that there is an infestation of some bug, e.g. caterpillar, eating the plant. I sprayed the plant with organic pesticide to attempt to kill the bugs.


1st sprouts: N/A

Harvest: N/A

Other: Since the thermostat is set to 21 , the GreenHab has gotten substantially hotter. I needed to leave the door open many times so that the temperature would not exceed 30 . This increase in temperature is still negatively affecting the plants by the GreenHab door by making the leaves crispy and the soil dry out faster.

Suggestions: After a brief discussion with Outpost, I was wondering if it was possible to move the thermostat to a cooler 19 . The temperature would not be too cold for the plants, and it would not create too much heat resulting in the door needing to be opened constantly.

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