Include Vegetable Support Netting in your plan to combat Phytopathogens. Support Netting like HORTOMALLAS are a great aid to farmers against phytopathogens.  The installation of a trellising system using the “double netting” method or a V shape or even the horizontal support offers great visible and immediate advantages such as reduced labor requirements for tutoring […]

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Trellising fruits and vegetables is a long-practiced gardening technique that not only keeps plants off the ground, but improves production and increases usable space. It also prevents your harvest, particularly tomatoes, from rotting when hidden deep within the plant or when sitting directly on the soil. Trellis in a Raised Bed © David Liebman There […]

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HORTOMALLAS Vertical Trellis Systems increases crop yields as it reduces pathogens Whether your garden is large or small, you can make better use of every square inch by using vertical trellis netting gardening techniques to grow upright crops for a maximum return of your time and money. Pole beans typically produce twice as many beans […]

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Make the most out of your vegetables using the proper trellises Trellises and cages are common plant supports used in vegetable gardens. Many varieties of peas and beans need something to climb, and vine crops such as squash, melons, and cucumbers can produce straighter, cleaner fruit if grown on a trellis. Many tomato varieties are […]

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This study was conducted to compare yields and to determine the cost of producing teepee-trellised and non-trellised cucumber in American Samoa. Delight Green (Known You Seed Co. Ltd), a cultivar identified as a high producer in a cucumber evaluation trial conducted in the 1990, was the cultivar selected. The break even prices for teepee-trellised and […]

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Short on garden space? If you build a vegetable trellis you’ll get at least two crops of veggies and/or fruits in the same space as it takes to grow just one. Plus, as your plants are trained to grow upwards, they will get more light and air. And sunnier, dryer conditions mean less mildew and […]

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