Correct selection of vegetable shade net

Oct. 30, 2020

The shade net is a lightweight, high-strength, aging-resistant new type of agricultural plastic covering material 

made of polyolefin resin as the main raw material, added with anti-aging agents and various colors, and woven by 

wire drawing. Cultivation covered by sunshade nets has multiple functions such as shading, adjusting humidity, 

protecting moisture, preventing rainstorm, preventing gale, freezing, pests, mice and birds.

   Shade nets have two shading rates of 75% and 45%. The high shading rate is only suitable for flowers and 

shade-tolerant vegetables. Generally, 45% shading nets are commonly used in the production of vegetables.

   Celery, cilantro, green onions and other cold-loving, low-light vegetables are produced in summer and 

autumn, and are mainly covered by black shading nets such as SZW-12 and SZW-14.

Tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, peppers and other temperature-loving and strong light vegetables are produced 

in summer and autumn. According to the light intensity, choose silver gray nets or black SZW-10 black shading 

nets with low shading rate; avoid aphids and prevent virus diseases. It is better to use SZW-12, SZW-14 and other 

silver-gray nets or black-gray shade nets to cover.

   Spinach, lettuce, Wuta and other cold-resistant and semi-cold-resistant leafy vegetables are covered in winter. 

The silver-gray shade net is good for moisturizing and frost-proof.

   Fall seedlings or slow seedlings for short-term coverage, usually covered with black shade nets. In order to 

prevent virus disease, it can also be covered with silver-grey net or black-grey shade net.

For all-weather coverage, a mesh with a shading rate of less than 40% or a black-gray color mesh should be used; 

SZW-12, SZW-14 and other shading nets with higher shading rates can also be used for single-width coverage of 

30-50 cm, or set up Covered by a narrow small flat shed.

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