Wood Heat for Greenhouses Farm Energy

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Wood Heat for Greenhouses Farm Energy


Shell Corn as a Fuel for Greenhouse Heat – Farm Energy3/4/2019 · Corn has a heat value of about 7,000 Btu/lb or 300,000 Btu/bu, when dried to 15% moisture content. Assuming a furnace or boiler efficiency of 75%, one bushel of corn is equal to 2.9 gallons of No. 2 fuel oil, 4 ccf (100 cubic feet) of natural gas or 4.4 gallons of propane. How much shell corn you will need depends on the size of your greenhouse


Shell Corn as a Fuel for Greenhouse Heat – Farm Energy

3/4/2019 · Corn has a heat value of about 7,000 Btu/lb or 300,000 Btu/bu, when dried to 15% moisture content. Assuming a furnace or boiler efficiency of 75%, one bushel of corn is equal to 2.9 gallons of No. 2 fuel oil, 4 ccf (100 cubic feet) of natural gas or 4.4 gallons of propane. How much shell corn you will need depends on the size of your greenhouse

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