The only time you need to water is when the soil is dry. Over watering in a climate-controlled greenhouse environment has been the death of many a plant or seedling. While many greenhouse owners prefer the control of hand watering, drip irrigation systems are effective and also prevent the leaves from getting too much water on them. Drip systems are gentle on seedlings, too.
Yes. Greenhouse plants in pots, benches, etc. require a demanding and consistent watering schedule from their growers. Watering is the most important job of all, even if the plants are grown in a greenhouse. If water is not available in the plants’ soil so that it can replace the moisture lost through its leaves (a process called “transpiration”), the plant will wilt and possibly die.
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