Greenhouses (Protected) cultivation: importance, scope, and status
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Sidharth Patil , Dr. M. M. Munshi, Dr. Prashantha C.
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Agriculture and related activities have a significant impact on the Indian economy. Following the Green Revolution, various new biotic and abiotic stresses arose as a significant problem. Protected cultivation eliminates these pressures by providing a completely regulated environment. The rising food demand necessitates the consideration of protected farming. Greenhouse is the most practical solution for meeting the goals of protected cultivation. Poly house cultivation has been an important policy in Indian agriculture. A protected cultivation approach is defined as a cropping strategy in which a regulated micro-climate influences the growth and development of a plant. With the growth of agriculture, numerous protected cultivation approaches have been widely implemented in commercial farming. Among these protective cultivation approaches, green houses, plastic houses, artefact houses, internet houses, and shade houses, among others, are beneficial. A greenhouse is a framed or inflated structure lined with a clear or semitransparent material in which crops can be fully grown under the circumstances of a minimally regulated setting.
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Unique Paper ID: 157931

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

Page(s): 276 - 278
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