Cultivation of tomato, capsicum and cucumber under protected | 107424
An International Journal

Agricultural and Biological Research

ISSN - 0970-1907
RNI # 24/103/2012-R1


Cultivation of tomato, capsicum and cucumber under protected cultivation: Extensive analysis

Mahendra Kumar Yadav* and Satyendra Kumar

Protected cultivation is a method of growing crops in a controlled environment, allowing for the regulation of factors such as temperature, humidity and light based on the specific requirements of the crop. The overall production is increased and healthier plants are encouraged in this regulated environment. Protected farming methods come in a variety of forms, such as plastic tunnels, raised beds, trellising, mulching, insect-proof net homes, naturally ventilated polyhouses, insect-proof net houses and shade net houses. These techniques can be applied singly or in combination to develop a good growth environment that protects plants from extreme weather, lengthens the growing season or permits the production of crops during the off-season. Tomato, capsicum and cucumber protected culture is an important technique that can greatly improve crop production quality. It has several benefits, including increased yield, improved quality, extended season and defense against pests and unfavorable weather.

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