Mulching Covers

MULCHING COVERS

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MULCHING COVERS

India is a major country in agriculture. There have been substantial changes in agriculture at present. Farmers are producing quality crops using modern technology techniques. Equally competing with those countries. In this background, the molding cover (plastic) has been shown to be an interest in usage.

Mulching is a method of covering any part of the fibers around the plants. In the past, this method used rice flour, sampapattu, sugarcane, dried leaves and small pineapples. The availability of these services today has been declining due to the use of other subsidiaries. The plastic mulching in the background has now become very important

The method of mulching is a good result for those with low-water drainage. Avoiding the moisture content of the soil around the plant and saving 30-40% of the crops for those time limits. In combination with drip irrigation, the additional 20% . Increasingly the rate of increase and the increase in investments, farmers are in favor of weeding in the current situation. The mulching method will also reduce the cost of 85 per cent. Thus the soil temperature control is also done. The pest control in the land also comes with the farmer. With high quality yields quality

MULCHING COVERS

Mulching sheets come to work for harvest season depending on thickness. To see the thickness of 15-25 microns for all varieties of vegetables (crops within 3-4 months). Flowers and fruit plants (with a period of 10-12 months) should have a thickness of 50 microns. Long term crops (which are longer than 12 months) should have a thickness of 100 microns, film for nilosolorization 150-200.
Gopal Vegetable Nursery, which has already taken care of farmers to provide quality vegetable, floral and fruit plants, is pleased to announce that the mulching covers will be provided.

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