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Shri Rama Shade Net
SHRI RAMA SHADE NET are made out of High Density polythelyne Rafia Tape which is treated with best known Ultra Violet (U.V.) Stabilizers in the highest possible concentration to insure long life of the product. shade net, safety net, construction net, agro, manufacturers, exporters, birdnet, agriculture, shade, ecofriendly, vegetable plantation, nurseries, tea, floriculture, horticulture, tissueculture, vermiculture, grapewine yard, cattle shed, fish pond, vanila.....

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Contact Us:Shri Rama Shade Net
B-16, Puja Estate, GIDC Estate, Near CNG Gas Station
Opp.Hotel Savera
Vithal Udyognagar, GJ, 388121
Mobile : +91-9824316092
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