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Vol. 12, Special Issue 8 (2023)

Future trends in protected cultivation: A review

Author(s):
Prathipati Aditya, Vyagreswar Rao, Sameer Mohapatro, Vineetha Chandra, Chinmaya Nanda and Swati Suman
Abstract:
Protected cultivation is one of the newest types of farming methods that can able crops that can be easy to generate is adopted for smart farming the plants that are cultivated can able to generate a new door for the increase of the GDP (gross domestic product) and also it gives a new environment and could provide a huge scope for the Protected cultivation, with some control over wind speed, humidity, temperature, mineral nutrients, light intensity, and atmospheric composition, can do much to improve our understanding of growth factors and input requirements to improve crop productivity. I went to so in the fields. Protected cultivation is a unique and specialized form of farming. Protective devices or techniques (windbreaks, irrigation, soil mulching) or structures (greenhouses, tunnels, furrow covers) can be used with or without heat. The intention is to modify the natural environment to extend the harvest season, often to earlier maturity, to increase yields, to improve quality and to improve production stability so that raw materials are available when they are available. It's about growing crops where they can't survive by allowing them to. No external production. The main focus is the production of high-quality horticultural crops (vegetables, fruits, flowers, shrubs and bedding plants).
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How to cite this article:
Prathipati Aditya, Vyagreswar Rao, Sameer Mohapatro, Vineetha Chandra, Chinmaya Nanda and Swati Suman. Future trends in protected cultivation: A review. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(8S): 2025-2029.
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