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GrowSpan suggests businesses begin winter projects
The company stated that their lead times were longest during September and November. Growers looking to integrate a year-round growing structure into their operation should commit to their greenhouse projects before October in order to ensure their project is completed before the cold weather sets in.
GrowSpan experiences a rush of orders come this time of year largely because of how their growing structures function in the cold, winter weather. Growers that utilize GrowSpan products throughout the winter months benefit from a controlled environment that allows them to grow just about any crop, no matter the weather outside, but best of all, these growers have the opportunity to control their regional market during the winter.
GrowSpan Greenhouse Specialists work with each grower one on one during the design process, and because of this, each grower can design a greenhouse that is ideal for their operation and region. Greenhouse Specialists can make invaluable recommendations and help growers really fine tune their growing environment, as well as suggest the tools that will help them save energy and maximize production.
GrowSpan greenhouses provide the durability required to withstand even the harshest winters. With triple-galvanize, American-made steel for the structural frame, numerous covering options and the option to engineer the structure, customers can get peace of mind knowing that they will be growing in their structure for years to come.
For more information:
GrowSpan Greenhouse Structures
1395 John Fitch Blvd
South Windsor, Connecticut 06074
Toll-free USA: (800) 476 9715
International: +1 860 528 9550
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