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What color of shade net is best? photoselective meshes. OBAMALLA®?

What color of shade net is best? photoselective meshes. OBAMALLA®?

What are photoselective meshes?

Photoselective meshes, akin to aluminum foil, is use to create a diffused light effect beneath the fabric. These meshes rely on chromatic additives, light dispersers, and reflective elements within the mesh materials. These materials selectively filter spectral components of solar radiation, UV radiation, or transform direct light into diffused light.

It’s a tool that specifically modifies the spectrum of filtered light in the ultraviolet regions, intensifies diffuse radiation, and also affects the thermal components of the crop. Shading can vary from 5% to 95%. The mesh is Raschel-type manufacture, treated with ultraviolet ray additives, and its structure provides protection to crops during stressful conditions.

Red netting stimulates growth rate shade netting structure
The red mesh stimulated vegetative growth rate and vigor (length and width of stems).

Effects of Plants with the Sun

Research has examined the effects on plants under modified sunlight conditions. Particularly the increased proportion of blue wavelengths and the aluminum spectrum. The effect of modified sunlight conditions, especially the increased proportion of blue wavelengths and the luminous spectrum. Was investigate concerning the accumulation of AC in two species of Vaccinium (berries): European wild blueberry (V. myrtillus L.) and cultivated Highbush blueberry (V. corymbosum L., cv Brigitta Blue).

Results showed a significant increase in productivity under photoselective meshes, highlighting that the number of fruits produced per plant throughout the growing season was 30% to 40% higher, and the yield was 20% to 30% higher under photoselective meshes.

photoselective meshes structure for shade netting
Photoselective filtration additionally affected productivity, fruit size, ripening time and internal and external quality.

Red Shade Mesh

In the case of the red mesh, it help to prevent the passage of blue bands. Thus increasing the proportion of red light reaching the plants, while UV-A and UV-B radiation were reduce. They also repeatedly increased the productivity of leaf crops, peppers, and ornamentals, each compared with a standard cover. The effect of the meshes was compared with plants grown under sunlight in open field without cover. Nearly total light exclusion was also test using black mesh. Which prevents 90% of sunlight from passing through.

black photoselective meshes produce a decrease in luminosity shade netting structure
Plants grown under color shade were taller compared to those grown in full sunlight.

Black Shade Mesh

The use of other shade meshes was also investigated. For example, black mesh could be used in the growing attempts of wild European blueberry semi-cultivation to produce berries of high nutritional value and to increase the commercial value of the crop, which could be exploited in interested sectors. It was report that PAR radiation was reduce by a higher percentage in black mesh (55-60%).

Black photoselective meshes produce a decrease in luminosity shade mesh structure
This color provides more natural shade, it produces a decrease in luminosity.

White Shade Mesh

White shade mesh is perfect for certain plants or crops that require greater light incidence. This mesh transmitted a PAR radiation of 1020 µmol m -2 s -1. Due to its characteristics and density, it is the most suitable because it significantly reduces the temperature of the protected area. The translucent photoselective plastic threads create blends of natural, unmodified light passing through the holes, along with diffused, spectrally modified light emitted by the photoselective threads.

OBAMALLA® shade netting structure for shade netting
Due to its characteristics and density, it is the most suitable because it significantly lowers the temperature of the area to be protected.

Blue Shade Mesh

Blue pigment was use to increase radiation transmission in the blue light spectrum (400-500 nm), thereby stimulating chlorophyll synthesis and improving the proportion of fruits with intense green color. It reduced heat/wind/cold stresses and improved canopy vitality. Additional photoselective filtration also affected productivity, fruit size, ripening time, and external quality.

Photoselective screens provide a cool shade structure for shade netting.
Blue mesh reduces temperature intensity, regulates luminosity and provides cool, ideal shade.

Among the advantages offered by Photoselective Shade Houses is the prevention of wind effects, reduction of evaporation and plant transpiration, as well as prevention of insect entry; which are often carriers of dangerous viral diseases. In conclusion, the use of photoselective meshes can be a complementary agricultural practice. Colored meshes have properties for transmitting PAR radiation, specifically modifying the spectrum of filtered light in ultraviolet regions, intensifying diffuse radiation, and affecting thermal components.

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What are photoselective meshes?

Photoselective meshes, akin to aluminum foil, is use to create a diffused light effect beneath the fabric. These meshes rely on chromatic additives, light dispersers, and reflective elements within the mesh materials. These materials selectively filter spectral components of solar radiation, UV radiation, or transform direct light into diffused light.

It’s a tool that specifically modifies the spectrum of filtered light in the ultraviolet regions, intensifies diffuse radiation, and also affects the thermal components of the crop. Shading can vary from 5% to 95%. The mesh is Raschel-type manufacture, treated with ultraviolet ray additives, and its structure provides protection to crops during stressful conditions.

Red netting stimulates growth rate shade netting structure
The red mesh stimulated vegetative growth rate and vigor (length and width of stems).

Effects of Plants with the Sun

Research has examined the effects on plants under modified sunlight conditions. Particularly the increased proportion of blue wavelengths and the aluminum spectrum. The effect of modified sunlight conditions, especially the increased proportion of blue wavelengths and the luminous spectrum. Was investigate concerning the accumulation of AC in two species of Vaccinium (berries): European wild blueberry (V. myrtillus L.) and cultivated Highbush blueberry (V. corymbosum L., cv Brigitta Blue).

Results showed a significant increase in productivity under photoselective meshes, highlighting that the number of fruits produced per plant throughout the growing season was 30% to 40% higher, and the yield was 20% to 30% higher under photoselective meshes.

photoselective meshes structure for shade netting
Photoselective filtration additionally affected productivity, fruit size, ripening time and internal and external quality.

Red Shade Mesh

In the case of the red mesh, it help to prevent the passage of blue bands. Thus increasing the proportion of red light reaching the plants, while UV-A and UV-B radiation were reduce. They also repeatedly increased the productivity of leaf crops, peppers, and ornamentals, each compared with a standard cover. The effect of the meshes was compared with plants grown under sunlight in open field without cover. Nearly total light exclusion was also test using black mesh. Which prevents 90% of sunlight from passing through.

black photoselective meshes produce a decrease in luminosity shade netting structure
Plants grown under color shade were taller compared to those grown in full sunlight.

Black Shade Mesh

The use of other shade meshes was also investigated. For example, black mesh could be used in the growing attempts of wild European blueberry semi-cultivation to produce berries of high nutritional value and to increase the commercial value of the crop, which could be exploited in interested sectors. It was report that PAR radiation was reduce by a higher percentage in black mesh (55-60%).

Black photoselective meshes produce a decrease in luminosity shade mesh structure
This color provides more natural shade, it produces a decrease in luminosity.

White Shade Mesh

White shade mesh is perfect for certain plants or crops that require greater light incidence. This mesh transmitted a PAR radiation of 1020 µmol m -2 s -1. Due to its characteristics and density, it is the most suitable because it significantly reduces the temperature of the protected area. The translucent photoselective plastic threads create blends of natural, unmodified light passing through the holes, along with diffused, spectrally modified light emitted by the photoselective threads.

OBAMALLA® shade netting structure for shade netting
Due to its characteristics and density, it is the most suitable because it significantly lowers the temperature of the area to be protected.

Blue Shade Mesh

Blue pigment was use to increase radiation transmission in the blue light spectrum (400-500 nm), thereby stimulating chlorophyll synthesis and improving the proportion of fruits with intense green color. It reduced heat/wind/cold stresses and improved canopy vitality. Additional photoselective filtration also affected productivity, fruit size, ripening time, and external quality.

Photoselective screens provide a cool shade structure for shade netting.
Blue mesh reduces temperature intensity, regulates luminosity and provides cool, ideal shade.

Among the advantages offered by Photoselective Shade Houses is the prevention of wind effects, reduction of evaporation and plant transpiration, as well as prevention of insect entry; which are often carriers of dangerous viral diseases. In conclusion, the use of photoselective meshes can be a complementary agricultural practice. Colored meshes have properties for transmitting PAR radiation, specifically modifying the spectrum of filtered light in ultraviolet regions, intensifying diffuse radiation, and affecting thermal components.

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