• B&V Agro A Pioneer In Manufacturing Of Agro Shade Net has A Vision For The Ideal Indian Net House Model.
  • Currently Various type Of Net House Structure Exists Like Structures Made From – Stone Pillars, Bamboo, Metal Fabricated Structures Etc.
  • These Structures Have their Own Strength (Being Economic, Local Sourced Material, Etc.) and Weakness ( Being Expensive to Make, Being Dependent On Bank Loans And Government Subsidy, Etc.)
  • The Indian Model Net House will Combine the Best From All The Current Structure types and will Give the Farmers A Optimum Solution For Net House.
  • With Great R&D Effort We Have Developed The Universally Adopted Cable And Pole Type Structure, The Major Features Being – Farmer Friendly in terms of Material Used, The Anchoring System, Fasting and Erection Of Shade Net House.
  • Once this Technology Gets Established, It Will Help to Spread Shade Cultivation In Other Crops Like Pomegranate, Grapes, Strawberry etc. – Apart From the Current Application In Vegetable Cultivation.
  • We Would Also Set Up A SKILL Development Centre to further Develop and to Impart SkillsFor Making such Structures to the Farmers and Demonstrate Simple But Highly Effective Plasticulture Application.
  • Our Vision and Mission is to Ensure That The SKILL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE should reach and benefit The Whole Farming Community Including The Very Last Farmer in the Chain.

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The Indian Net House Model is a revolutionary agricultural practice that uses specialized netting to create a controlled environment for plant growth. These structures, also known as greenhouses, have gained popularity in India due to their ability to regulate temperature and humidity and protect crops from external threats. Key features of the Indian Net House Model include adaptability, affordability, crop protection, and water conservation. Implementing the Net House model can enhance crop yield and quality, enable year-round cultivation, and reduce dependence on chemical pesticides.

To implement the Net House model, farmers must choose the right location, choose high-quality netting materials, and ensure precision in netting and structure installation. Proper crop planning and management are also crucial. The Net House Model is a beacon of hope for the agricultural sector, transforming livelihoods and contributing to sustainable and resilient agriculture. As farmers increasingly recognize the benefits of this model, it is transforming their livelihoods and contributing to the broader goal of sustainable and resilient agriculture.

Net houses, or greenhouses, are structures designed to create a controlled environment for plant growth, particularly in India. These structures are designed to withstand various climates, providing an ideal ecosystem for crop cultivation. The Indian Net House model offers advantages such as optimizing crop yield, promoting resource efficiency through drip irrigation systems and energy-efficient technologies, and facilitating crop diversification. Success stories in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh have shown the transformative impact of the Indian on agriculture, leading to economic prosperity and improved livelihoods. As India moves towards a sustainable future, the Indian government is promoting the widespread adoption of  through subsidies and training programs, empowering farmers to harness the full potential of this cutting-edge technology.