Now that's a lot of air that can pass through there. What I try to do is ventilate this side in the afternoon, when the Western sun misses it. So we don't want the sun to be baking in onto the hoop-house. So I ventilate here in the evening, I ventilate the other side in the morning, and therefore we can get maximum ventilation with minimum baking. My other weapons for this, my other tools I should say for this effort, are these four doors. I have two front doors on both sides of the hoop-house, and by strategic use, opening and closing, and allowing in prevailing breezes as necessary, I can get all the ventilation that I need right through the heat of the summer, without any fan. The fan that you hear is actually an inflation fan, it keeps the hoop-house skin, the two layers of skin, inflated. We do not have a ventilation fan, we have no automatic vents, which are available for hoop-houses. We have to be here vigilant every day, managing the air flow, and keeping the plants in a temporary climate.