Does Greenhouses emit Greenhouse Gases?

Do Greenhouses emit Greenhouse Gases?

Do Greenhouses emit Greenhouse Gases?We have al been advised on the green house gases that contribute to climate change.And advised on their low emissions as we work towards zero emissions.

What is a Green House?

It simply applies to a controlled environment climate wise.

The controlled factors include temperatures, light and shade levels, water supply to the plants, fertilizer application, as well as atmospheric humidity.

Normally involving a material that looks like a glass or a plastic paper. Which is used as walls for this controlled environment.

The sizes and shapes varies, and can either be used for both domestic and commercial agricultural production.

It is mainly used for vegetation, fruits and horticultural produce.

They can be used to promote food production in areas affected by dry seasons or degraded weather conditions.

Climate change has resulted to unpredictable weather patterns, so it may be difficult to use traditional methods of farming.

Understanding Greenhouse effect

Greenhouse effect is a natural process that warms the Earth’s Surface, whereby the warmth is trapped at the lower atmosphere.

This is due to the greater transparency of the atmosphere to visible radiation from the sun than to infrared radiation emitted from the planet’s surface.

When greenhouse gases are involved, the radiations will travel to different directions.

Earth’s natural greenhouse effect is critical to supporting life. Human activities, mainly the burning of fossil fuels and clearing of forests, have strengthened the greenhouse effect and caused global warming.

What gases make up greenhouse gases?

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