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Heated benches with built-in thermal energy storage for plant propagation and growing


Conference on agricultural engineering, Adelaide, Australia, 24-28 August, 1986 Preprints of papers: 139-143
Heated benches with built-in thermal energy storage for plant propagation and growing
Built-in thermal energy storage in plant propagation and growing benches allows the use of low cost off-peak electrical energy, waste heat or solar energy to lower the energy cost for operation of these benches. With ample energy storage, the system provides protection against loss of plants for periods of at least two days following failure of the heating system during cold weather.

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