Difference between Greenhouse and Polyhouse

Difference between Greenhouse and Polyhouse

Difference between Greenhouse and Polyhouse 

A polyhouse is a form of greenhouse that lets natural light in by using polyethylene to cover the roof and/or sides of the structure.

Allowing natural light in through a translucent material decreases the demand for artificial light and generates heat within the structure. This permits plants to continue to grow even when the weather outside is frigid.

Polyhouse

Polyhouse

A polyhouse is a smaller version of a greenhouse. It’s a popular option because it’s less expensive to construct than a glass greenhouse.

Because polyhouse farming is a sort of indoor farming, it has many of the same advantages as indoor farming, such as pest control, year-round cultivation, higher yields, and the ability to be 100 percent organic.

Polyhouses are less expensive, to begin with than permanent buildings such as greenhouses.

Polyhouses and greenhouses can be ventilated naturally or controlled by the environment. If they’re naturally ventilated, all they need is a ventilation system to let hot air out and cool air in to keep the temperature at a comfortable level.

They have systems that manage air temperature, such as an air conditioning unit, humidity, carbon dioxide, and so on, if they’re environmentally controlled.

Many polyhouses do not require artificial lighting for their crops, depending on their location, season, and crop kind.

Crops in Polyhouse

Polyhouses are less expensive, to begin with than permanent buildings such as greenhouses.

Polyhouses and greenhouses can be ventilate naturally or control by the environment. If they’re naturally ventilate, all they need is a ventilation system to let hot air out and cool air in to keep the temperature at a comfortable level. They have systems that manage air temperature. Such as an air conditioning unit, humidity, carbon dioxide, and so on, if they’re environmentally controll.

Many polyhouses do not require artificial lighting for their crops, depending on their location, season, and crop kind.

Difference between Greenhouse and Polyhouse

Shadehouses and greenhouses are the only major distinctions, as glasshouses and hothouses are both classified as greenhouses. Shadehouses can resemble a greenhouse in appearance. Shade cloth is commonly drap over shade houses. They’re use to keep farme plants safe from extremes of heat, light, or dryness.

The require lux intensity, heat, and humidity are optimally maintain for plants in a polyhouse, which is an inflatable structure wrap with UV Film. It’s a structure that allows for year-round growing as well as in harsh weather conditions. The sun radiation passes through it and traps the thermal energy released by the objects stored inside, a phenomenon known as “greenhouse Ef”.

Advantages

  • Temperature and humidity are moderate.
  • Increases yield and quality while shortening crop time.
  • As a result of the moisture conservation, less irrigation is require.
  • Off-season agricultural cultivation is conceivable.
  • Aids in the growth of crops in a variety of climatic circumstances.

Types of Greenhouse

  • Naturally, Ventilated Greenhouse made out of bamboo/ wood / GI pipes
  • Greenhouse with Fan and Pad Cooling System.
  • Hi-tech or fully controlled Greenhouse.

SHADE NET HOUSE 

Shade Net House

Shadenet houses are frame structures make from GI pipes, angle iron, wood, or bamboo. Therefore It is coating with various shade percent of the plastic net (Nets are manufacture of PE/PP thread with specialized UV treatment).

It provides a partially controlled climate and environment for crops grown under it by lowering the light intensity and effective heat during the day.

Shade nets come in a variety of shade percentages or shade factors, such as 15%, 35 percent, 40 percent, 50 percent, 75 percent, and 90 percent (for example, a 35 percent shade factor indicates the net will eliminate 35 percent of light intensity and only allow 65 percent to pass through the net). 

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