|Shade cloths for your greenhouse
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Provides effective shading for sunny outdoor areas, instantly drop temperatures inside area. Diffuses light and reduces light intensity on your plants. Highly effective to protect ornamental plants & succulents against the sun, or for your vegetable seedling nursery or vegetable greenhouse.
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There are many reasons why it’s important to cover your greenhouse with shade cloths during summer: it will prevent you from overheating your greenhouse, it will protect certain plants against discoloration and dehydration. When there’s too much sun in spring or summer it’s easy for a greenhouse to overheat, which can cause your plants and vegetables to die.
Ideally you will combine the use of a greenhouse shade cloth with a good amount of ventilation (this can also be done by using automatic window openers) but just ventilation might not be sufficient on a very hot day. The power of the sun will build up inside your greenhouse and the temperature will rise quickly.
The amount of shade and ventilation necessary depends on which plants are in your greenhouse. When you’re focused on growing cacti, there will be no need to take action. If you are however growing vegetables or flowers, it’s best to monitor the temperature in your greenhouse and cover up with a shade cloth if necessary.
Most shade cloths will be either woven (polypropylene) or knitted (polyethylene) and are available in a variety of sizes. In addition to the material, you also need to pay attention to the density of your shade cloth, this can range between 5 and 95 percent.
Both knitted and woven shade cloths have advantages and disadvantages, so let me try and give you a clear overview on both materials so you can decide which one fits your needs.In general the knitted shade cloths are used most commonly for greenhouse covering. Given that the material is a little easier to work with and more adjustable, we generally use this fabric.
Most plants will need a shade cloth density of about 40 to 50 % to be well protected, but it can vary upon which plants you are growing in your greenhouse. If you are working with ferns for example, you need a 75% density cloth.
When you choose a 50% density shade cloth, you should be able to protect most of your plants on any hot summer day.