Josh Smith, Reno’s Greenhouse startup founder

The new greenhouse must be named the eighth wonder of the world. The new greenhouse can be used to plant crops and gather some power from the sun at the same time. The greenhouse has a pink glass which generates more than sufficient solar electricity to control the temperatures in the greenhouse.

This new greenhouse is considered a remarkable find because it has a way of lowering greenhouse gas emission. 

The pink panels have the ability to enhance the red wavelengths which in turn tends to drive more photosynthesis activities into the plants. The pink panels also help trap the blue and green light and sending them back to a Photovoltaic Strips to transform them into energy.

The pink panels do not affect the growth of the plant whatsoever. The panels were tested on several plants to see if it somehow hindered the growth of the plants. The plants were not affected, as a matter of fact, the plants seemed to be doing well under the light.
It was thought that the plant would perform poorly because it was dark under the pink panels. It’s a known fact that plants are sensitive to light, not just to the intensity but also to the color. The plants seemed to perform reasonably well.

In the last twenty years changes have been seen in the greenhouse industry and this discovery is a major deal for the industry. Though the Pink paneled greenhouse is a big deal it still needs a lot of work; to see how this greenhouse can measure up against other greenhouses.

Joshua Smith

Joshua Smith is the Founder and CEO of Reno- based Modular Greenhouses; he has 15 years of startup experience plus he has successfully brought multiple companies to the market. Mr. Smith believes that most parents feed junk food to their children in the early years of their lives; His objective is to change this fact. His passion and vision is the driving force his success.

He uses his skills to build a purpose fuel team that will enable his company to achieve a dominant market.