Covering and Protective matrials for agriculture

Use of Nanofibrous Materials in Agriculture


Microclimate Control

Minimum packing density of nanofibers and a possibility of nanolayers’ formation of hydrophilic or hydrophobic polymers

  • use in various climate zones and for different sectors of agriculture.
  • materials are “breathing”
  • absence of an additional greenhouse effect
  • moisture retention with a use of hydrophobic polymers/support materials. Reduction of standard
    norms of watering
  • free moisture exchange with a use of hydrophilic polymers/support

Protection against pathogenic microorganisms

Insectofungitsides, embedded in the nanofibers, are controllably desorbed
  • longtime protection of crops from pests, fungi and bacteria
  • the material can be used in:
    -vegetable gardening (closed type)
    -open field vegetable production
    -farms and agricultural holdings

Use of nanofibrous materials with pesticides

Usage of nano-materials containing
Functions of the material Pesticides
Vegetable gardening (closed and open field) Vegetable crops protection from
fungal and bacterial diseases,
insect pests, etc.
Growth regulators
Forest management Protection of forests from pests Insecticides
Livestock (poultry)
Protection from insects Insecticides
Materials for the protection of wooden structures Protection against bacterial and
fungal rots
Road construction Protection from weeds, bacterial
and fungal rots

Prolongation of the vegetation period

Materials with photoluminescent nanoadditives
  • increasing the intensity of the red and blue spectra
  • Accumulation of the solar energy during a day and its transformation into the lighting for optimum plant growth and development during a night
Protection from precipitation
Reinforcement of the material with special nets
  • torrential rains
  • hails and glazed rains
  • snowfalls
  • cold winds