·Improved ventilation and air circulation
When shade-netting houses are manufactured, they are designed in a way that they have small holes to allow ail to circulate easily in and out. They are also permeable in that air can diffuse through the materials easily, thus enhancing air circulation.
·Low temperature and humidity levels
One of the traits of gardening fabric used in manufacturing shade nets is it reflects light and does not absorb it. This allows the housing structure to have less warmth, thus lowering the temperature and humidity.
·Reduced drying of crop
Too much heat and warmth is not a good condition for the growth of certain crops, which may lead to drying or weathering of the plants. Needless to say, when the air inside the shade net is too high, it can suck up the soil moisture; making it unconducive for plant support.
·Low amounts of UV light
The most imminent benefit of shade-netting is the reduced amount of UV light that passes through the materials. Shade nets have screening materials that help regulate the UV light, thus the plants are not affected by the direct sunlight.
·Protects livestock and
poultry from direct sunlight
The effect of too much heat and warmth in plants is similar to the effect in animals. Animals exposed to direct sunlight experience dehydration, which may affect their internal organs and overall health. The cooler the air is within the shade cloth house, the better the environment is for the plants.
·Helps regulate heat inside the shade net during summer
Summer heat is not pleasant at all and considering that you would do anything to stay away from it, you should be considerate of animals and plants under your care. Using shade net for poultry netting can help reduce the temperature and heat inside the housing structure.