Monofilament Shade Net is the most heavy-duty kind of shade fabric. It is made of monofilament yarn with Raschel Knitted
Monofilament shade Net, we also called Mono. Shade Net, it is durable and can be used in any climate, even under extreme conditions.
It can protect your crops from harsh weather and keep them growing strong.
It can also be used as a security fence, safety screen, and livestock container.
This fabric has an average service life of 7 to 10 years.
It is an economical way to provide shade for
- trees, shrubs, plants, or crops
- orchards, vineyards, warehouses
- other facilities used for food production, industries, veterinary clinics,
- many other uses where shade is desired.
In addition to the shade cloth’s UV blocking capabilities, we also provide the following benefits:
- Protection from heat stress
- Prevention of sunburn
- Increased plant growth
- Improved crop quality and yield
- Reduced labor costs
- Increased worker productivity
- Enhanced crop value
|Product No.||Weight[g/m2]||Shading||Size[m]||UV Warranty||Ideal for|
|Light | Mono. 40%||110||40%||4x100m ; 5x100m||8 Years||Greenhouse|
|Medium | Mono. 60%||145||60%||4x100m ; 5x100m||8 Years||Flower Market|
|Heavy | Mono. 80%||160||80%||4x100m ; 5x100m||8 Years||Livestock|
Monofilament shade cloth is a very strong and durable netting with a monofilament yarn.
This fabric is highly versatile and can be used for many different applications.
Monofilament shade cloth is often used in agriculture because it can provide shade to crops without blocking out all of the light or air circulation.
The netting is strong enough to protect from wind, rain, and debris,
but it still allows plenty of airflow through the fabric so plants can get enough water and nutrients to thrive.
Monofilament shade cloth can also be used as a security fence or safety screen to protect people from falling objects or intruders.
It can also enclose livestock like chickens or goats, so they don’t roam freely around your property.
Accessories & Installation
1. What are the different grades of shade cloth?
To help you find the right UV block for your needs,
EyouAgro offers shade cloth in three levels of shading and UV protection:
light (40% shading and UV block), medium (60% shading and UV block), and heavy (80+% shading and UV block).
Our shade cloth is a great option for farmers and gardeners who need a reliable, durable product that will last season after season.
Made from 100% polyethylene monofilament, we offer a wide range of colors and sizes to match your needs.
2. Does shade cloth reduce heat?
Shade cloth is a net designed to reduce the amount of solar heat that reaches plants.
By controlling the heat and light to which plants are exposed, gardeners can grow more plants at different times of the year.
Shade nets have different densities; the higher the density, the greater the protection from light and heat.
3. What’s the best percentage shade cloth for tomatoes?
High air temperatures worsen the yellow shouldering disorder (YSD) of tomatoes.
To reduce YSD, Utah State University recommends shade plants with cloth at 20 to 40 percent light reduction, particularly 35% for tomatoes.
4. How much will 40 shade cloth reduce temperature?
Shade cloth, a finely raschel material that reduces the amount of sunlight reaching the plants, can be used in high tunnels and greenhouses to lower temperatures.
The amount of heat absorbed by the shade cloth depends on the color and thickness of the material,
but in general, 40-50% shade cloth used with good ventilation and airflow will lower temperatures inside by at least 10°F (5.5°C) and possibly more than 15°F (8.3°C).
For example, if it’s 95°F (35°C) outside, it could be as low as 80°F (26.6°C) inside.