Poly houses are basically naturally ventilated climate controlled. Jain Poly houses have a variety of applications, the majority being, growing of vegetables, floriculture, planting material acclimatization, fruit crop growing for export market.Jain Poly houses are built of a Pre-galvanized channel cum tubular structure/ Tubular Structure wherein crops are grown under a favorable controlled environment and other conditions viz. temperature, humidity, light intensity, ventilation, soil media, disease control, irrigation,

Fertigation and other agronomical practices throughout the season irrespective of the natural conditions outside.In conventional Agronomical practices, the crops are being grown / cultivated in the open field under natural conditions where the crops are more susceptible to sudden changes in climate i.e. temperature, humidity, light intensity, photo period and other conditions due to which the quality, yield of a particular crop can get affected and may be decreased.Jain Poly houses are available in different sizes and constructed as per customer requirement.

The sizes vary from as small as 100 Sq. M to 10,000 Sq M and more.The degree of sophistication also varies from a simple poly house with polyethylene film covering to highly sophisticated, fully automated drip and foggers systems, PAR lightings, full scale computerized (fully automated) systems. A polytunnel (also known as a polyhouse, hoop greenhouse or hoophouse, or high tunnel) is a tunnel made of polyethylene, usually semi-circular, square or elongated in shape. The interior heats up because incoming solar radiation from the sun warms plants, soil, and other things inside the building faster than heat can escape the structure.

Air warmed by the heat from hot interior surfaces is retained in the building by the roof and wall. Temperature, humidity and ventilation can be controlled by equipment fixed in the polytunnel or by manual opening and closing of flaps. Polytunnels are mainly used in temperate regions in similar ways to glass greenhouses and row covers. Besides the passive solar heating that every polytunnel provides, every variation of auxiliary heating (from hothouse heating through minimal heating to unheated houses) is represented in current practice.

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