A shade net house specification is a shaded construction consisting of wood, pipes, bamboo, iron rods, and other similar materials. The name “net home” refers to the fact that the entire structure is connected to the internet. Remember that the shade net is not the same as the one we use at home. The strings are well-made and made entirely of polypropylene, and they are strong enough to protect against UV rays from the sun. The net serves as a vermin and bird deterrent as well.
The need for net housing in Arunachal Pradesh is growing by the day, despite the fact that agricultural land is dwindling. Plants can be grown in natural settings, but the climate in some parts of Arunachal Pradesh is so unfriendly that humans are unable to cultivate food. As demand for vegetables and fruits grows, net houses are in great demand, as this is the only way to ensure that people will have enough food in the near future. When plants are exposed to too much sunshine, they are badly injured. The net home is the better way to avoid this. In a few years, the net house alone will be in high demand in Arunachal Pradesh. Shade net house project nets are expected to consume more than 20% of the available energy.
One of the key reasons for the increase in demand is the capacity to adjust the net house price based on the weather and maintain a temperature that is suitable for plants. Crop yields are much easier to attain with net house farming.
Arunachal Pradesh farmers have been using this ground-breaking technology for vegetable growth and productivity since it was first introduced to them. According to a study, farmers can produce 2-3 times more vegetables with net house technology than they can with traditional vegetable farming. This study demonstrates the commercial potential of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Although it is initially more expensive, when considering the long-term benefits, this vegetable planning strategy is unrivaled.
Farmers who utilize net house technology can earn a lot more money than those who use the old plantation method. Because it creates perfect microenvironment conditions for vegetable plants, it allows for growth in all weather situations, as well as larger yields and higher quality vegetable output. It also necessitates less irrigation and better insect and bird management. As a consequence, there will be no water shortages, irrigation costs, or fertilizer and chemical waste. As a consequence, a small initial investment might pay off handsomely over time.
In Arunachal Pradesh or any other state, a net house may be used to grow a variety of vegetables, fruits, and other plants and earn a bigger profit. Here’s a list of veggies Zeelco Farms can help you grow in your state, along with a rough estimate of how much money you’ll make.
Cucumbers cultivated in net house farms have a 90 to 100-day crop cycle, with harvest starting 45 to 50 days after planting, depending on location. You can grow up to 12000 plants, but you’ll only receive approximately 11000 productive plants owing to plant mortality of around 1000. Because not all plants can develop in the way that we want them to. Each plant may yield roughly 3 kilograms, and the average cucumber price per kilogram is 15 INR, giving in a total yield of 33,000 kilograms. As a result, the gross profit for the season will be roughly 4,95,000 INR. In a year, at least three seasons can be experienced. Cucumber’s total income is estimated to be roughly $14,950,000 for the year.
Green Capsicum has a 279–290-day crop cycle, with production beginning 45–50 days after planting, depending on the area. You can grow up to 12000 plants, but you’ll only receive approximately 11000 productive plants owing to plant mortality of around 1000. Because not all plants can develop in the way that we want them to. Green Capsicum plants may generate roughly 3 kg per plant, resulting in a total production of 33,000 kg at a price per kilogram of 30 INR. As a result, the gross profit for each season will be roughly 9,90,000 INR.
Tomatoes have a 120-150-day crop cycle, with harvest starting 45–50 days after planting, depending on where you are. You can grow up to 12000 plants, but you’ll only receive approximately 11000 productive plants owing to plant mortality of around 1000. Because not all plants can develop in the way that we want them to. Each plant can produce around 7 kilograms, and the average cost per kilogram for tomatoes is 30 INR, giving a total yield of 77,000 kg. As a result, the gross profit for each season will be roughly 7,77,000 INR.
The Betel Leaf (Pan) has a 15-year crop cycle, with production beginning after 180 days, depending on the agricultural zone. You can make 50000 plants, but owing to plant mortality of approximately 5000, you’ll only receive about 45000 productive ones. Because not all plants can develop in the way that we want them to. Each plant of Betel Leaf (Pan) may generate roughly 30 leaves at a cost of 75 paise each leaf, culminating in a total of 13,50,000 leaves. As a result, the year’s gross profit will be roughly 10,12,500 INR. Because this crop has a 15-year cycle, you may calculate the earnings on your own. Is there anything else about the 15-year total that needs to be said?