Covers form an ideal growth environment for plants (vegetables, fruit, flowers). They protect the crops against external factors such as wind and cold as well as they provide a balanced environment for the plant to develop faster.
It helps to cool the greenhouse more slowly at night since it warms up with the effect of the sun. To minimize the heat loss, it protects the product against sudden temperature drop. The reduction of the temperature difference between day and night increases the plant`s efficiency.
There are greenhouses that need cooler environments inside than the outside, such as the places that get strong sunlight, hot weather and have shade-loving plants inside.
It makes the light that comes from the sun to break when it is going under the cover and then to spread. In this way, it prevents plants to shade each other. It also prevents plants to get burned from the sun when the weather is sunny and clear. It would be beneficial for the plant and fruit development as well.
It helps to prevent the spread of the virus by blocking the eyesight of whitefly in the greenhouse, thanks to its special optical structure. It increases efficiency and provides quality crops and minimizes the drug use.
It holds on the inner surface of the agricultural cover as water drops because there would be sweating occurring in the soil and on the plant due to the temperature difference between the outside and the inside of the cover. The water droplets from the surface prevent the sunlight to enter into the greenhouse. The partial sunlight that can enter into the greenhouse would burn the crops and cause diseases since the water droplets can act like lens features. The Anti-Fog-Anti-drip contribution prevents the adhesion of water in large droplets to the inner surface of the film in the greenhouse. This feature is only on one side of the film, thus one should carefully follow the directions on the film to make sure it is on the correct side. The water drops that could not attach on the surface create fog in the greenhouse. This must be evacuated out of the greenhouse. This can be done with the help of natural ventilation, or fans. If the foggy weather stays longer in the greenhouse, it can lead to the diseases on the crops or the fruits.