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Why Are More People Growing Organic Food Looking At Poly Chain Greenhouses Plastic?
One of the easiest ways to grow organic food is to put an obstacle between your crops and potential hazards such as pesticides, herbicides and pollutants. Protect your organic crops with SolaWrap polythene greenhouse plastics, and help them grow faster and produce more high quality fruit. SolaWrap is a food quality; German designed very high quality polyethylene greenhouse bubble film. The bubbles isolate and diffuse light, providing an annual growing environment for your plants.
Some greenhouse growers fill their dead spaces between layers of poly or polycarbonate with soap bubbles. Air is the best insulator, and the bubbles allow light by catching that air. SolaWrap uses the same concept, however the bubbles need no energy input to maintain the airspace they fill. They are permanently designed in greenhouse plastic.
SolaWrap is easy to install with S-Lock, a dual-channel locking system, similar to a polycarbonate U-channel, but designed to withstand 100+ mph winds. Simply slide the chain bead attached to the greenhouse film through the dual-channel locking system to secure securely. Your organic product will be protected under SolaWrap. This greenhouse plastic has been shown to withstand wind power, round hail and protects against other tricks that Mother Nature loves to play.
You will also protect your organic crop from attacks by pests. Some will find themselves in, but just as your house has few unwanted bugs than your garden, your greenhouse will have fewer pests than your garden.
With SolaWraps simple built-up side wall ventilation, you don't have to cover your greenhouse with heavy shade suits in the summer. You still get good ventilation and still get high quality diffusion, so your plants will thrive during all seasons.
Sales of organic products have increased over the past decade, even less conventional products. In 2011 alone, the organic food industry grew by 9.4%, with over-production over $ 31 billion in sales. Whether you are growing fruit and vegetables, or lavender and ballroom, organic is the way to grow.
Growing organic is better for the environment when your plants grow in a symbiotic system. The food produced is better for our bodies and contributions to general health. Consumers understand it and seek out that choice with convenience when it comes to purchasing.
If you are thinking of growing organically, think about what investment in SolaWrap poly piping Greenhouse plastic really means. Reliability: A reliable environment to keep your plants organic and reliable, helping you grow a reliable crop. Knowing that you will be able to enjoy delicious, fresh organic foods all year round, right from your own property, soothes. Reducing plant chemicals helps reduce food allergies, obesity and some related autoimmune diseases. The more people who engage in local growth will help reduce greenhouse gases and save money on grocery stores.
If you or someone you know wants to start growing their own organic food, do not know where to start ... you are welcome to participate in our weekly webinar and ask away. If you can't do the webinar, if everything goes well with the recording devices, we will also have them published on the site for your convenience.