The effect of solarshade fabric color on plant growth
With the development of society, many families have their yards, of which many will choose to plant various plants according to their preferences. Due to the gradual warming of the temperature, which has led to especially hot weather in recent years, many plants have become dry because they cannot tolerate the scorching sunlight, so many families choose to use solarshade fabrics to protect them from the excessive heat of the sun, which is also used to improve the diffusion of light and provide ventilation for plants.
One of the important aspects to consider when choosing solarshade fabric is the color. The color of solarshade fabric can affect the growth of various plants. Therefore the following will teach you how to choose the right color of solarshade fabric for common plants.
(1) Blueberry. Consider black, gray, red, and white solarshade fabrics (35% and 50% density of each color) for highbush blueberries. The results showed that the reduced photosynthetic effective radiation of black solarshade fabrics, about 47%, and 54%, respectively, affected the vegetative growth of blueberries. Specifically, internode, leaf and branch length, and leaf width were increased. As for other colors, such as red, gray, and white, PAR was reduced by 29% to 41%. This indicates that it did not affect its internodes and branch length. However, it had little effect on plant parameters.
(2) Peaches. For peaches, blue, gray, pearl, red, yellow, and white solarshade fabrics with a density of 30% and a density of 12% were used as options. The results showed that the healthy growth of peach trees increased regardless of color.
(3) Orchids. According to the study, there was a consistent pattern of leaf biomass production under blue solarshade fabrics compared to black and red solarshade fabrics. The most commonly used green solarshade fabric produced more heat than white and less than black.
(4) Philodendron. Its leaf mass was not affected under black, blue, gray, and red solarshade fabrics. In addition, using red solarshade fabric results in more leaves, while using blue solarshade fabric results in a lower number of leaves.
(5) Lettuce. Three colors of solarshade fabric (black, red, and green) with 50% density were used in the experiment. As a result, the length and width of the lettuce were significantly larger under the red solarshade fabric compared to the green solarshade fabric. There was no significant difference in the control treatment under the black solarshade fabric. In addition, the lettuce had the largest stem diameter under red solarshade fabric compared to different colors of solarshade fabric. This implies that red solarshade fabric is more suitable for lettuce than other colored solarshade fabrics.
This is all about the effect of solarshade fabric color on plant growth. If you are looking for high-quality solarshade fabrics to promote healthy and maximum plant growth, don't hesitate to contact us!