Seawater Greenhouse

Seawater is evaporated at the front of the greenhouse to create cool humid conditions inside. A seawater greenhouse is a greenhouse structure that allows the growth connected with crops in arid regions, using seawater and power from the sun. The cool and humid conditions in the seawater greenhouse enable crops to grow with very little water. The seawater greenhouse concept was first researched and developed in 1991 by Charlie Paton’s company Light Works Ltd.