Archive by category Tunnel Farming Pakistan

Tunnel farming losing momentum

Tunnel farming losing momentum

Tunnel farming losing momentum Tunnel farming, which had started gaining some popularity during the last few years, particularly in Punjab, seems not only to have lost its earlier momentum, but is on the decline. The federal approval for imports of much cheaper Indian vegetables round the year has hurt farmers on this side of the […]

Read More

FEASIBILITY REPORT OF TUNNEL FARMING IN PAKISTAN

FEASIBILITY REPORT OF TUNNEL FARMING IN PAKISTAN

  FEASIBILITY REPORT OF TUNNEL FARMING IN PAKISTAN INTRODUCTION: The production of vegetables in the country is currently limited to certaintime periods during the year due to seasonal variations. However, due to theinvention of modern agriculture production and storage techniques, there isan opportunity for growing a variety of vegetables in off-season as well. Inthis regard, […]

Read More

Agribusiness Tunnel Farmings And Equipments

Agribusiness Tunnel Farmings And Equipments

Agribusiness Tunnel Farmings And Equipments CEO: AR Chaudhary My aim to share all these things on agriculture is very simple……if we all contribute seriously many things in agriculture can be achieved….we r living in a cutting edge of technology…………information is no more issue……..but yes proper testing is………and knowledge can only be generated from proper tests……… […]

Read More

Low Tunnel Hoop Benders

Low Tunnel Hoop Benders

Low Tunnel Hoop Benders Extend the growing season for cold-hardy crops with a very late season harvest or overwinter them for earliest possible Spring harvest. These units quickly creates low tunnel hoops out of galvanized electrical conduit (EMT) to withstand brutal fall winds and heavy winter snow loads. 1/2″ conduit is recommended for most applications, […]

Read More

Tunnel to growth — High tunnels produce bountiful results

Tunnel to growth — High tunnels produce bountiful results

Tunnel to growth — High tunnels produce bountiful results The short nails and calloused hands of Sterling resident Don Adams are an indication he is familiar with hard work. For him, an enjoyable weekend is spent feeling dirt sift through his fingers while tending to his crops. The result of his hard work, and a little […]

Read More

High Tunnels – Low Cost Seasonal Growth Space

High Tunnels – Low Cost Seasonal Growth Space

High Tunnels – Low Cost Seasonal Growth Space At a cost of $1to $2 per square foot, a high tunnel can add low-cost growing space for season extension or plant protection. Growers and researchers are finding many innovative ways to utilize these structures to supplement their greenhouse operations. By definition, the high tunnel is a […]

Read More

High Tunnels Farming Lengthen Season for Growers

High Tunnels Farming Lengthen Season for Growers

With the continuing growth in demand for fresh produce, Nebraska farmers are exploring ways to extend their growing season. Today, more farmers are using hoophouses, or high tunnels, according to Ryan Pekarek, who ownsPekarek’s Produce in Dwight and is president of the Nebraska Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association. High tunnels are similar to greenhouses, but much less expensive […]

Read More