The rays of the scorching sun beat down upon the greenhouse. Inside, the plants thrive as meticulous controls manipulate the many variables for maximum growth.
Water is scarce, but sorely needed to cool the tender new leaves when the optimum temperature is reached. Wireless sensors closely monitor temperature, humidity and CO2 levels. It’s a delicate balance.
Suddenly, a valve providing cooling water to spray the tender plants malfunctions, ensuring almost certain death as the baking sun envelopes the greenhouse. Humidity and CO2 levels build.
A text message received miles away alerts the scientists that temperatures are rising to a dangerous level. Immediate action is taken to turn on the faulty valve providing much needed water to cool the plants. The temperature, humidity and CO2 levels are correctly balanced again, restoring the environment for the prized plants.
Mesa Labs is proud to play such an important role in USDA greenhouses. For more information contact Mark Fauber at email@example.com.