Agricultural shade cloth is a staple of many farmers’ lives.
This article explains how to improve the quality of shade cloth produced from a wide range of varieties.
What you need to know about agri-environmental issues and food production.
What is agri agriculture?
Agricultural shade cloth has been used for centuries in the traditional Asian culture and used in many Asian countries.
It is made from cotton, a fibrous material.
It consists of two layers: a layer of cotton cloth, and a layer made of wood pulp.
The two layers are usually woven together, which allows the cotton to be woven with finer strands and a more porous fabric.
Agriculture Secretary for India Gopal Rai has introduced the introduction of agri farming to reduce the carbon footprint of agriculture.
According to him, the introduction is being implemented at different levels.
He has directed Agriculture Ministry to promote the adoption of agro-agricultral technology in the country.
Agri-agro technology, or agroforestry, involves increasing the number of trees and bushes in the agricultural sector, while reducing the amount of fertiliser used.
Agroforestries is one of the key strategies of agronomists and agroecologists.
It involves planting a wide variety of trees on the same farm, to produce a greater variety of vegetables.
The introduction of this technology has already helped reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases.
Accordingly, the minister is also planning to set up an independent panel to explore the feasibility of agroponic methods for improving the agricultural production in India.
In order to make this technology possible, the government is also working towards increasing the availability of solar panels.
The technology is also being utilised in many rural areas.
The farmers are also working on improving the quality and quantity of shade cotton.
The technology, which can produce both shade cloth and bamboo, is also helping to increase the supply of seeds and fertiliser for the crop.
According-to Rai, the ministry is also supporting agrofarmer’s efforts in the fields of agriculture and environmental conservation.