Government of New Brunswick

Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) involve infrastructure and technology that provide and maintain optimal growing conditions by protecting the crop from unfavorable climatic conditions such as, rain, wind, excessive low and high temperature, poor solar energy level throughout the development of a crop. Commonly used CEA infrastructure include hoop houses, caterpillar tunnels, high tunnels, unheated and heated greenhouses, and indoor farming (warehouse and shipping containers). Crops grown inside these infrastructures are often called protected cultures. To create optimal growing conditions, environmental monitoring and controlling technology as well as heating, ventilating, fertigation and lighting systems are integrated to the infrastructure. 

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