60% Plastic Shade Netting

  • Material: 100% virgin HDPE +UV stabilized

  • Shade Percentage: 50%-90%

  • Width: 0.5m -4m

  • Standard Colors: Black, Green, Blue, Silver


Plastic shade netting is a durable and versatile material designed to protect plants, crops, and outdoor spaces from excessive sunlight and heat.

Made from high-density polyethylene (HDPE), this netting efficiently diffuses sunlight, reducing harmful UV rays while allowing sufficient light for plant growth.

Easy to install and lightweight, plastic shade netting is ideal for gardens, greenhouses, patios, or any area where sun control is needed.


  Material  100% virgin HDPE +UV stabilized
  Standard colors  Black, Green, Blue, Silver
  Width  0.5m -4m
  Length  Customised as required
  Shade percentage  50%-90%
  Type  Woven (1 pin)
  Air permeability  Yes
  Water permeability  Yes
  Packing  Plastic Bags in Rolls


1. Agriculture
  • Protecting crops from excessive sunlight and heat.
  • Reducing water evaporation from the soil.
  • Shielding plants from heavy rain or hail.
2. Greenhouses
  • Regulating the amount of sunlight that reaches plants.
  • Creating a controlled environment for specific plant growth.
3. Livestock Protection
  • Providing shade for poultry, cattle, and other animals.
  • Reducing heat stress and improving animal comfort.
4. Outdoor Events
  • Offering shade during outdoor gatherings, festivals, or sports events.
  • Reducing direct sunlight exposure for attendees.
5. Parking Shades
  • Protecting vehicles from direct sunlight.
  • Preventing the interior of vehicles from overheating.
6. Home Gardens
  • Shielding delicate plants or seedlings from harsh sunlight.
  • Enhancing the growth of shade-loving plants.
Sun Protection
Agriculture Shade

Key Features

  • Durable Material
 Made of high-quality, UV-resistant HDPE that withstands harsh weather conditions and lasts  for years.
  • Multipurpose Use
 Suitable for agriculture, greenhouses, patios, gardens, and more, offering protection to plants and creating a comfortable outdoor environment.
  • Breathable Design
 Allows for optimal air circulation, ensuring plants remain well-ventilated.
  • Visually Pleasing
 Available in various colors and designs, seamlessly blending into any outdoor setting.
  • Easy Installation
 Lightweight and flexible, making it simple to set up and adapt to various shapes and sizes.
  • Eco-friendly
 Made from recyclable materials, contributing to a greener environment.
  • Cost-Effective
 A long-lasting and affordable solution compared to other shading methods.


Q1: Which plastic shade netting is best?

The “best” plastic shade netting depends on the specific application and requirements. 

Shade netting is designed to provide different shading levels, protect against wind, reduce water evaporation, and sometimes protect against pests.

When choosing suitable plastic shade netting, the factors to consider include shade percentage, color, material, durability and quality, climate, etc.

Q2: What are the types of plastic shade netting?

Plastic shade netting can be categorized based on various factors. Some common types include:

 By Shade Percentage
  • 35% shade net
  • 50% shade net
  • 70% shade net
  • 90% shade net, etc.
 By Color
 By Weave Pattern
 By Application
  • Agricultural shade nets
  • Greenhouse shade nets
  • Livestock shade nets, etc.

These are just some basic classifications. Specific needs can further define the other type for any given purpose.

Q3: Is plastic shade netting suitable for all types of plants?

No, plastic shade netting is not suitable for all types of plants.

The suitability depends on the specific light and temperature requirements of each plant species. Some plants require direct sunlight, while others thrive in partial shade.

It’s essential to choose the appropriate shade percentage and type of netting based on the plant’s needs.

Q4: Can plastic shade netting be used in all seasons?

No, plastic shade netting might not be suitable for all seasons.

While it’s beneficial in protecting plants from intense sunlight in hotter seasons, it may restrict necessary light during darker, shorter days in some seasons.

Additionally, in regions with snow, the weight of accumulated snow could damage the netting.

It’s important to consider the climatic conditions of the season before using shade netting.

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