Greenhouse Structures and Facilities: Site Selection

Site Selection: HS.101 : Learning to Assess Others Strengths (1,2) (PDF) | (PPT)

In order to choose a site properly, many factors must be considered. Similarly, in groups, it is important to consider the strengths of others in order to find out how they can best benefit the group.

Site Selection: AHS.28 : Assessing the Strengths of Others (1,2) (PDF) | (PPT)

Review the importance of tapping into others strengths and correlate the comparison to types of horticulture structures. How can selection of buildings and facilities make greenhouse facilities more efficient and productive? What benefits does each type of structure provide the total work environment?

Site Selection: HS.30 : Factors of Self-image (2,3) (PDF) | (PPT)

There are positive and negative factors that are discovered when selecting the desired site of a greenhouse. There are positive and negative factors that contribute to self-image as addressed in Objective 2 of this LK lesson. The skills to be learned is how to identify the controllable factors that lead to positive self image, just as a horticulturalists must identify what factors can be controlled to achieve proper site selection of a greenhouse.