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Vegetable production in low cost polyhouse

Agricultural captain, Polyhouses (plastic greenhouses) are structures that are being used for seasonal harvesting in place of traditional glasshouses. These structures protect plants grown inside despite adverse external environments, and seasonal nursery and crop production Are helpful. Also, the crops produced in poly houses are of good quality. Poly house structure There are many types of poly houses depending on the design of the structure. Viz., Vaulted, cave-like, metamorphic cave, slum, etc. The modified cave Numaya hut Numa design in the mountains is more useful. For the structure, GI pipes typically use enamel iron that is strong and durable. Poly houses are also built on inexpensive bamboo structures. 600-800 yards thick ultraviolet light-resistant to the environment. Plastic sheets are used. It is convenient to keep their size 30-100 sqm. There are three types of poly houses depending on the construction cost and control of the environment. 1. Low Castelli House or Ordinary Poly House: In this, no artificial control is done by the machines on the environment. 2. Medium Cast Poly House: For this, the use of simple equipment for artificial control (to cool or heat). 3. Die-cast polyhouse: It can reduce the temperature, humidity, light, ventilation etc. as per the requirement and take the crop you want in any season. Choice of vegetables


Poly houses are suitable for off-season production in the same market with high demand in the market and can be sold at a good price. In the hilly region, winter peas, late cauliflower, cabbage, french beans, capsicum, tomato, chili, radish, spinach, etc. crops And during the summer rainy season, fresh cauliflower, ladyfinger, brinjal, chilli, cabbage, and gourd class vegetables can be taken. Depending on the type of plant, cabbage, tomato, chilli etc. can also be planted in the polyhouse to prevent damage from rain. Similarly, gourd class vegetables tomato, brinjal, chilli, for quick fruiting in summer. Capsicum seedlings can also be prepared at Poly House in January. Advanced varieties Tomatoes: Common varieties- Panti-3, Pusagourv Sankarakis- Rupali, Naveen, MTH-15, Avinash-2, Manisha, Nutan Brinjal: Common varieties- Pantasamrat, Panturutraj, Pusa, Uttam SankarakisPantankarbangan-1, Pusahaybrid-5, Pusahaybrid-6, Pusahaybrid-9 Capsicum: Common varieties - California, Yolvander, Bullnose, Chinese giant hybrid varieties India, Indira, Lario, Heera, Greengold, DARL-202 Chillies: Pantsi-1, Pusajwala, Poussadbahar, Punjab, Surkha, Agni Peas: Archil, Pantablimator-3, Pusapragati, VLMater-7 Frenchbean: Pantanupama, Pantbean-2, VL Baunibeen-1, Pusaparvati, Contender Bhindi: Parbhanikranti, Punjab-7, Araka, Anamika Cucumber: Common Varieties - Poinset, Japanese Longgreen, Phuleushubhangi Sankar variety - Pantankarkhira, PriADRL-101, US-6125, Maloney Bottle gourd: General varieties - Pusavveen, Kalyanpura, green long-stemmed varieties Pantankar gourd-1 and 2, Pusa hybrid-1 Bitter gourd: Pantkarela-1, Kalyanpur Baramasi, Pusado-seasonal Activities and Care Vegetables grown within the polyhouse have to perform all those operations which are adopted in open fields. Dung manure should be used in its entirety. In between, soil decontamination is necessary for which solar energy can be used by laying formaldehyde and other chemical plastic sheets. By increasing the number of plants in each unit area, the plants are appropriate. More production can be obtained from spiny crops by pruning and harvesting. The provision of proper air circulation in ordinary poly houses during the day is necessary. Is. Yield and income prospects In the tests conducted at University, sowing of gourd, cucumber, bitter gourd etc. in winter has yielded 18-17 kg vegetables per sqm area. 15-20 kg from tomato planted at the beginning of November and Shimla planted in September. Chilli has yielded 4-10 kg. With the increase in productivity, the quality of the crop has also improved significantly. Sowing of mango, cucumber, bitter gourd, etc. in the tests conducted in the district has yielded 18-17 kg of vegetables per sqm area. 15-20 kg from tomato planted at the beginning of November and capsicum planted in September Yields of 4-10 kg have been obtained from. Along with the increase in productivity, the quality of the crop has also improved significantly. It costs about 30,000 rupees to build a simple playhouse of 100 square meters of Angle Iron. The cost of producing prudent crops can be recovered within the first two years only. Production costs in the subsequent years and plastic sheets in 4 years There is a possibility of earning a lot of profit by remaining the cost of change.


Polyhouses in the mountainous region In such hilly areas where there is colder and hail and adverse conditions also prevail. There is no growing of vegetables in open conditions, as well as more crop loss in the rainy season. For these places, growing crops under 'Pali Houseglasshouse' provides great benefits and farmers can earn more profit. Various vegetables like tomato, capsicum, cucumber, cabbage, chili, gourd, etc. can be grown successfully in Pali House. Can.

Conclusion Polyhouses are being used for seasonal harvesting in place of conventional glasshouses. These structures preserve plants grown inside despite adverse external surroundings, and seasonal nursery and crop production Are helpful. Also, the crops produced in poly houses are of good quality

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Vegetable Production in Low Cost Polyhouse  

Polyhouses are being used for seasonal harvesting in place of conventional glasshouses. These structures preserve plants grown inside despit...

Vegetable Production in Low Cost Polyhouse  

Polyhouses are being used for seasonal harvesting in place of conventional glasshouses. These structures preserve plants grown inside despit...

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