Rain shelter farming fetches this Kerala cop 12 kilos of veggies every day!

Rain shelter cultivation has become quite a rage in Kerala in recent times.

While one of the primary reasons could be that the method is being used as a measure to cut down on the contamination of commercially-grown food crops by fertilisers and pesticides, and is also a great way of bolstering family farming.

Quite similar to a greenhouse, rain shelters are naturally ventilated and put together using GI (Galvanised Iron) pipes, wooden or bamboo poles with roofs made up of a transparent UV-stabilised low-density polyethylene film that accentuates crop cultivation within your premises around the year.