One problem with having a greenhouse though is the closed environment of the structure. It plays host to a wide variety of diseases and pests.
When they enter the greenhouse, they can rapidly spread in the atmosphere and get rid of your whole stock.
The fastest way to prevent this is to put measures in place to keep pests and diseases out. Here are a few steps every gardener should take to stop green house problems.
Monitor the temperatures and humidity levels of the greenhouse to avoid gardening problems. Humidness is measured by the quantity of water inside the air. This is dependent on the air temperature. As temperature conditions in the greenhouse start to drop, water comes from the air.
When plants are subjected to water for prolonged time periods, they're more susceptible to greenhouse insects and diseases. To avoid this, be sure the garden greenhouse has adequate ventilation. Keep the air moving by cracking open doors and windows or use an extractor fan. Monitor how much you water the plants and don't let water pool on to the ground or other surface areas.