B2 2.4

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Why is it not really possible to give plants the ideal conditions to grow all the time?
The cost would be too high.
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What two things can be constructed to allow plants to grow in an enclosed space?
Greenhouses and polytunnels
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What factors must be controlled in a greenhouse to improve plant growth?
Temperature, light levels and carbon dioxide. Mineral ions can also be added to the soil to ensure healthy growth.
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What does the grower have to compare to decide which conditions are cost-effective to control?
The Biomass of plants grown indoors and outdoors.
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What is Biomass?
Biological material from living or recently living organisms.
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What two things can be constructed to allow plants to grow in an enclosed space?

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Greenhouses and polytunnels

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What factors must be controlled in a greenhouse to improve plant growth?

Back

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Card 4

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What does the grower have to compare to decide which conditions are cost-effective to control?

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Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

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What is Biomass?

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