Dirty greenhouse glass can result in higher operational costs.
During the short, dark days of winter, every photon of light counts.
If we're blocking light with dirty glass and then spending money to run grow lights, that's not very efficient.
Dust, pollutants, pollen, and anything else that's airborne can end up on top of your greenhouse.
Many growers coat their greenhouses with calcium-based paint during the summer. It helps to reflect light and lower greenhouse temperatures.
However, if it's not properly washed before the arrival of fall, it can compromise the amount of light that your crop receives each day.
The solution is easy: Hop up there and clean that glass!