I'm setting up a Harbor Freight 6x8 greenhouse in the sunniest part of my yard, which gets about two hours of direct sunlight, two hours of indirect sunlight, and the rest of the day it gets shade. It may get a bit more sunlight than that in the summer. I am planning to grow tropical fruits in the greenhouse, and I'll be hanging my neps from the top of the greenhouse. Is that enough light for neps? I read they need long hours of sunlight. There's really nothing I can do about it because that's the brightest part of my property, haha. I wanted to know if shade cloths are actually needed in the summer since it only gets a few hours of direct sunlight.
Morning: Full Shade
12:45: 25% direct sun
1:30: 75% direct sun
2:15: Direct sun
3:00: Bright, filtered sunlight
3:45: Filtered sunlight
The pictures were taken around the darkest time of the year here in winter, so the sun isn't as strong and the hours aren't quite as long. So will this be sufficient and do I need to shade the neps from the direct sun? Thanks!