GreenHab Report – November 7th

GreenHab Officer: Andres David Reina
Environmental control: (heater, fan, door open?)
Open door, First data collection: 9:30 am:
-     Temperature: 37.2 C
-     Humidity: 10 %
Second data collection 18:05
-     Temperature: 33 C
-     Humidity: 10%

Hours of supplemental light: None
Daily water usage for crops: 2.5 gallons.
Water in Blue Tank 161.94 gallons
Time(s) of watering for crops: n/a
Changes to crops: A slight growth in the tomato crop. Growth is observed in cucumber, carrots, lettuce and radish crops.

– The Greenhab door opened at 9:30 am. Environmental measurements of temperature and relative humidity were taken. The GreenHab was checked and watered. The average temperature and humidity on the day was approximately 35.1 C and humidity was constant 10%. The door was only opened in the morning and afternoon to collect environmental data. In accordance with the instructions received, the following crops and quantities are planted in all orange containers. Five crops of radish, two of aruluga and two of kale.

Support/supplies needed:
According to the instructions received about keeping the door closed and achieving a temperature of 110 F or 43.3 C, it was evident that the maximum temperature during the day was 35.1, so please confirm if it is necessary to adjust the thermostat to obtain the desired temperature.

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