## How Greenhouses and Math Work Together to Make You Money

If you are someone who has a very strong mathematical ability, no doubt you are looking for great ways to put your genius to use. But did you know that planting is actually one of the best ways for math pros to make money? Think of it this way; planting is fairly complex, when it comes down to it. The more you plant, the more money you can make, but also the more you need to factor in the figures and numbers for how much seed you need, how much water, how much fertilizer, how many square yards you can plant in, and what is currently growing—so much depends on math! But if you are a math pro, and can handle a lot of numbers, then getting a garden greenhouse can be a sure fire way for you to make a pretty good amount of money.

How It Works

What exactly is a greenhouse? A greenhouse is a structure that is designed specifically with one thing in mind; growing plants. It is usually made of glass, or covered in a special sort of plastic. What the greenhouse does is block out all of the bad thing that the various seasons can bring, such as snow, harsh winds, and any other factor that can and will damage your plants, or more importantly, your *investment*. But if you have a greenhouse, your planting options are almost completely limitless. You can plant fruit, veggies, flowers and even herbs any time of the season, as your plants will be entirely protected from the elements. And this is one of the most efficient ways to make money.

How Mathematics Factors In

How does math directly correlate to gardening? Think of it this way; if you have literally hundreds of square feet of plants, you need to be pretty confident in dealing with numbers. You need to be able to figure out how many square feet of seed you need not based on the entire size of the greenhouses itself, but on the portion of the greenhouse which is prime for planting. You also need to factor in how many times you need to water your plants, how much space your sprinklers, if you decide to go that route, will cover, and thus ultimately how many sprinklers you will need to install. Then you have to figure out which plants, though protected, will grow best in which seasons, using the daylight hours to figure out how many hours of sun each specific plant type will need, and whether or not they will get enough to thrive. All of these numbers will change constantly as you begin to expand or diversify what you plant, and thus a sharp mathematical mind is the perfect way to handle it all. So if you think that you have what it takes to run a greenhouse, know that can potentially make quite a bit of extra money.

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