PROFIT AND INVESTMENT OF POLYHOUSE?
Polyhouse farming is cultivating under completely controlled conditions, including temperature, humidity, and water fertilizers.
On one acre, roughly 6-7 lakhs in net profit can be produced in a year if done correctly. Germens, Bell peppers, or Capsicums, as well as horticultural cut flowers, can all be grown. The majority of farmers prefer to grow crops for export. Domestic commercial crops might be grown as well. The advantage is that there are no season constraints; any crop can thrive at any time. Pests and illnesses are also easy to manage.
Israel's enterprises are leaders in this field. Crops may be cultivated even in deserts with low water availability.
WHAT IS A POLY HOUSE?
A structure covered in polythene, wood, or glass is referred to as a Polyhouse, lath, or glasshouse. These constructions are all termed greenhouses when you start plant growth inside them. As a result, greenhouse refers to all three types of facilities where plants are grown.
A Polyhouse is a purpose constructed structure, similar to a building, that is used to grow plants under regulated conditions. It is made of transparent material, allowing natural light to pass through.
The terms Polyhouse and greenhouse are interchangeable. Traditionally, greenhouses were built on wooden frames with glass coverings. It became conceivable to replace glass with polythene after the invention of plastic technology. Because polythene is the most common material, greenhouses have been dubbed Polyhouses in recent years.
Polyhouses range in size from 50 to 4000 square metres. The basic frame is built of GI or bamboo pipes.