Greenhouse growing is an important part of the economy for Nordic countries, where the climate is less than optimal for growing food. It’s therefore natural to expect much of the innovation in greenhouse production to come from the Nordic countries. This is certainly true for Denmark.
Denmark grows its own produce as much as possible. Doing so not only reduces the country’s dependency on imports, but it also minimises CO2 emissions incurred in transportation.
Translated and adapted version in Bulgarian
Source: High tech meets agriculture in Denmark by Pat Brans, Pat Brans Associates/Grenoble Ecole de Management