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Greenhouse Fan Heater

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  • A fan heater is a heater that works by using a fan to pass air over a heating element. This heats up the air, which then leaves the heater, warming up the surrounding area. They can provide very rapid heating of a room, however may be relatively noisy in operation.
  • A fan heater is a convection heater incorporating fan forced air circulation to provide much quicker and more even heat distribution.
  • A glass building in which plants are grown that need protection from cold weather
  • a building with glass walls and roof; for the cultivation and exhibition of plants under controlled conditions
  • A greenhouse (also called a glasshouse) is a building where plants are grown.
  • of or relating to or caused by the greenhouse effect; "greenhouse gases"

Fleece lined greenhouse doorway
Fleece lined greenhouse doorway
That's the entrance to the greenhouse there behind the fleece, secured with pegs, and the fan-heater on the floor. It's quite cosy in here actually. I have a theory that it is preferable to line the entire house with fleece to promote as much air-movement as possible, rather than lay the fleece over the plants, as I usually see done. The fleece touching the leaves would also mean that drips lay on the surface too long, leading to moulds developing. Also, this way, the heater is in under the fleece with the plants, instead of blowing warm air over the top of the fleece where much of it will presumably be lost. Also, this way you can easily see what's happening to the plants without disturbing the fleece. It's a theory...
Fleece lined
Fleece lined
I seem to have erected a tent inside my greenhouse. I lost so many things that were supposed to be protected last year that I've just lined the entire greenhouse with fleece this year (and installed a fan-heater.) There was the option of using bubble wrap but, besides being pricier, it also acumulates condensation which drips and leads to botrytis (grey mould.) Winter protection of plants is always a balancing act between keeping the warmth in and not letting the air stagnate. Also, evergreens especially will need as much light as possible.

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