The city of Almeria is a very arid desert belonging to Spain. The average rainfall is only 200 mm and the land is very dry and barren.
Since being developed, a complete greenhouse system has been established to carry out intensive and specialized crop cultivation. Now covering an area of 26,000 hectares, it is the largest greenhouse agricultural base in the world.
More than half of Europe's fresh fruits and vegetables are supplied by the greenhouse industry, producing hundreds of millions of tons of greenhouse vegetables and fruits every year, such as tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, pumpkins, etc. The greenhouse base contributes $1.5 billion annually to Almeria. Income.
In the greenhouse base, thousands of small farmer's workshops and big agricultural companies are gathered.
Researchers at the University of Almeria found that the strong sunlight was returned to the sky through plastic film, the greenhouse agricultural base
It can reduce the average annual temperature of Spain by 0.3 degrees Celsius.
These greenhouse green agricultural bases are a huge attempt at modern agriculture and have achieved great success. Plastics and recycling companies have also established companies in this area to handle discarded plastic films every year.
The Almería Greenhouse Agriculture Base is not only the world's largest greenhouse, but also the most successful green agricultural base in the world.