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Vegetable support netting by HORTOMALLAS® helps reduce diseases by growing vegetables vertically If you are planning to plant cucumbers, melons, or squash in your vegetable garden this year, think vertically, think vegetable support netting! The main thing you want avoid are any varieties that are labeled or marked “Bush Variety” because those won’t climb properly. […]

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Come summertime, when the air is hot and the sun is high, everyone comes down with a little case of tomato fever and lots of DIY work in the pruning and trellising department. I’m not sure how this plant grew to such epochal proportions as to measure the success of a home gardener, but it […]

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Let us help you chose among the many types of trellises available There are several different types of trellises and trellis netting styles the home gardener can choose from. Trellises are available in the traditional gate style designs most often found as entrance accents to yards and gardens, or may be constructed lower to the […]

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Pumpkin vines grow well on a HORTOMALLAS® trellis nets. Growing pumpkin on trellises frees-up garden space for other plants. The sprawling vines of the average pumpkin plant can cut the festive autumn vegetable from many garden plans. A wood or bamboo trellis with plastic or cotton netting can solve garden space problems by raising the […]

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Ready to grow your next trained crop using trellis crop netting! One of the easiest ways to grow rambling or vining plants is to train them up trellises or supports like crop netting. In a small garden, growing things upwards is a good solution because space is limited but you still want a lush appearance […]

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