pioneer in the Knitted fabric segment, Malmo Exports brings Agronets
to you. Malmo has the expertise to knit and weave different kinds of
fabrics to suit a variety of shade applications, canopy usage,
textile applications, geo textile markets and other special
applications. With the combination of the latest technical know how
and the best quality materials, Malmo offers you superior products
to withstand the vagarancies of Nature in all its multitudes.
Malmo Agronets are fast becoming a necessity for various applications since it provides
protection from excessive sunlight, heat, cold, wind, frost, and hailstorm. It also
offers protection from insects, birds etc.
FOR AGRO SHADENETS
Due to its multitude of
benefits, Major Agronets find a very strong place in:
(2) Indoor plants, fruit plants nursery.
(3) Tea, Coffee, Cardamom, Pepper, Spices, Vegetables growing.
(4) Forest nursery growing.
(5) Cattle sheds, Fish Ponds, Poultry Farming etc.
(6) General purpose shading.
(7) Soil support.
(8) Drying of various Agro products.
(9) Wind breaker applications.
(10) As protection fabric in construction sites.
Agronets are made from HDPE plastic and are knitted in ultramodern plants. Best possible
UV stabilizers are
added to enhance the life of the product and these products are subjected to rigorous
tests for weatherability. Malmo has in-depth knowledge base for a vast range of shade
netting applications, managed by a customer application support cell.
This cell offers services round the clock around the globe to all keen users.
Malmo Agronets are available in three
colors (white, black and green) with a range of shade percentages (25%, 35%, 50%, 75% and
90%). Standard dimensions of these nets are 3 m (width) by 50 m (length). Besides this
standard range, made
to order nets are also provided for specific requirements.
Depending on the type of crop,
its light and photosynthesis needs, the right choice of shade nets are critical. Malmo
the following recommendations for selection of Agronets.
Gooseberries, Tomatoes, Cucumber and fruit bearing plants can thrive well under 25% shade
For plants that grow under
partial light like general Pot and foliage plants and Cut greens, Orchids, Anthuriums,
and other flowering pot plants use of 50% Agronets is recommended.
For plants that grow under
extreme low light like Indoor plants, certain Orchids, plantation crops, Tea, Coffee,
Cardamom, we suggest 75% Agronets.
It is also useful in summer to
reduce the light level of some general purpose crops in certain geographic regions.
We recommend the 95% shade nets
for usage in Cattle sheds, Poultry houses, Construction Scaffolding and vehicular shades. .
techniques are possible to be used with shade netting. Eye holes are provided on the edges
fabric to join them together while fastening on the structures or with the fabric. Usage
of UV stabilized fasteners and HDPE threads are recommended. Certain standard design clips
and pallets are available for custom usage. Depending on the type of structure employed,
one has to visualize the type of accessories that one may need to secure the fabric firmly
in the shade house.
Malmo Agronets are used in shade
cultivation of various Horticultural crops including flowering plants, foliage plants,
fruit and vegetable nurseries, plantation nurseries, forestry nursery, etc.
Flowering crops: Anthuriums,
Gerberas, Orchids, Roses, Carnation, Chrysanthemums, Gladiolus, Bulbs etc. Fruit crops:
Tomato, Grapes, fruit nurseries, strawberries etc. Plantation: Tea, Coffee, Cardamom,
Ginger, Turmeric, spices etc.
Pot plants and greens: Covering a
family of 600 varieties can be grown under shade houses namely, Ferns, Bromeliads,
Heliconias, Ornamental Bananas, Gingers, Philodendrons, Palms, Cactii and Succulant
ranges, Hoyas, Anthuriums,
Orchids, Alocasias, Aglaonemas,Acalypha, Beaucarnea, wide range of Begonias, Chlorophytum,
Coleus, Codiaeum, Diffenbachia, Draceana, Eucalyptus, Ficus range, Fittonias, Hedera
range, Maranta family groups, Monstera group, Peperomia, Pilea range, Sansviera range,
Scindapsus range, Schefflera range, Strobilanthus, Syngonium range,
Tradescantia groups, Yucca, Cissus varieties, in the foliage segments.
In the flowering segment we can
grow, Abutilon group, Acalypha group, Allamanda group, Begonia group, Bougainvillea group,
Calliandra, Citrus range, Clerodendrum, Crossandra, Episcia, Euphorbia, Hibiscus group,
Ixora group, Jatropha, Jasminum group, Kalanchoe group, Lantana group, Musa families,
Pentas group, Geranium groups, Spathyphyllum group, Strelitzia varieties, to name a few.