Green House Farming

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What is Greenhouse?

  • A Greenhouse is a framed structure covered with a transparent material and large enough to grow crops under partial or fully controlled environmental conditions to get optimum growth and productivity.
  • Greenhouse Technology is the technique of providing favourable environment conditions to the plants.
  • Of all agricultural production activities, the greenhouse industry is worldwide the fastest growing sector. The greenhouse is goldmines that offer the most profitable business opportunities.
  • The use of the greenhouse is mainly for the production of seasonal and non- seasonal crops, for the production of high-quality flowers, vegetables, and the preparation of nursery prepared by tissue culture.
  • Greenhouses offer many advantages

How to Build a Green/Poly House

Need to know how to build a greenhouse? You’ve come to the right place, as Veggie Green house Pvt Ltd specializes in designing and manufacturing greenhouses across the country. Once you have determined your budget, available land, and greenhouse location, you are ready to select the Veggie Green House that best suits your needs.

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Why we Chose a Green House

Nowadays many farmers are shifting farming to other professions due to insufficient financial protection. Climatic change is a significant challenge for the farmer. More than 95% of farmer uses the traditional farming technique in India. If we wanted to earn more profit from agriculture, we have to adopt modern farming techniques such as Greenhouse farming ( poly house farming), hydroponic farming, aquaponic farming.


In India, we import many fruits, vegetables, and flowers from other countries and pay them very good money. If we grow this flower vegetable & fruit in our country with the help of modern techniques, we can earn an outstanding amount of money, so I say this modern technique like greenhouse farming will improve the living standard of our Indian farmer.

Why we Chose a Green House

Farmers can increase their annual production up to 60-70% by adopting advance techniques of agriculture. They can grow the crops are having high commercial value & sustainable market demand this crop cultivated in the Greenhouse.


Our Indian government is promoting greenhouse farming they offered a subsidy for greenhouse farming through the horticulture department.


The government gives subsidy from 50%-60% to the project cost of the greenhouse. Subsidy percentage varies with the state to state.

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Anthurium

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Capsicum

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Carnation

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Cucumber

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Gypsophila

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Dutch Rose

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Exotic Vegetable

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Gerbera

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Lily

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Orchid

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Strawberries

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Tomato