Photo/Image: Green Shadenet House

Image of Green Shade Net. Image of Green Net. Green Shade Net House. ग्रीन शेड नेट। ग्रीन नेट। हरी पाल।

INDEX

1. INTRODUCTION: GREEN NET

2. IMAGES: GREEN SHADE NET HOUSE


  • 2.1 Image 01: Inside View of a green shade net house.
  • 2.2 Image 02: Frame of a plant shade house.
  • 2.3 Image 03: Construction of a green house.
  • 2.4 Image 04: Fogger Set.
  • 2.5 Image 05 & 06: Fogger System and Nosal.
  • 2.6 Image 07: Door



1. INTRODUCTION: GREEN NET


TYPE: Dense Polymer.

USES: Protected Cultivation (as cladding material).

AVAILABILITY: Agri-shops.

LIFE SPAN: 5 - 6 Years.

Green Shade Net is a type of net used in protected cultivation of horticultural plant-crops. It is generally used for plant propagation and hardening of plant. Another shade net which is known as  white net, is used in crop production.



IMAGES: SHADE NET HOUSE

2.1 Image 01: Inside View of a green shadenet house

  • It used for plant propagation.
  • It is used for cultivation of vegetable crops.
  • Fogger system is installed for maintaining the temperature.
  • Crop protection practice becomes easy.



2.2 Image 02: Frame of a plant shade house


  • Iron frame ise used.
  • Another is PVC pipe.
  • Curved and strait pipes are used.
  • Height is fixed in some areas.
  • Length of frame can be adjusted.




2.3 Image 03: Construction of a green house


  • Installation is technical work.
  • South-north installation is ideal.
  • Net is fixed tightly with frame.
  • Frame is covered from each side.
  • Door is fitted at one end (south faced doors).

2.4 Image 04: Fogger Set



  • Fogger system is installed for irrigation and,
  • To control the temperature.
  • Fogger is connected with drip line.


2.5 Image 05 & 06: Fogger System and Nosal



  • Nosals are pressure operated.
  • Nosal is opened by the water pressure.


2.6 Image 07: Door





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