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Archive for January, 2016

Viral disease in your crops – Stopping the spread of infections

Viral disease is spread unknowingly by your workers  a significant vector for the transmission of  to your crops. There are a large host of viruses that specifically infect plants, causing death and viral disease in many crops with a very diverse set of symptoms. These viruses are infectious agents that are so small, it is simply not […]


Crop Support Net: A Better Alternative To Raffia

How to increase the marketability of your crops by using crop support net Any crop that you plant will benefit greatly when you use crop support net. This is especially true when your crops belong to either the Cucurbit family, which includes common crops such as gourds, chayote, melon, cucumber, and watermelon, or the Solanaceae […]


Viral infections in tomatoes and how to improve your harvest results

The viral infections of your tomatoes is preventable by using support netting   The agricultural practice of tutoring your crops with support netting makes the execution of preventative measures against viral infections and disinfection easier and more efficient. Using HORTOMALLAS crop netting to tutor your tomato plant Throughout the history of growing the tomato, diseases […]


Support netting is a tool to prevent diseases and plagues in zucchini

Zucchini crops can be grown organically with HORTOMALLAS The scientific name for the zucchini squash is Cucurbita pepo, and many common crops which include the summer squash, pumpkin, pattypan squash, acorn squash, and the zucchini are actually just different cultivars of this one species. It can be either an annual or perennial plant and is […]


The effects of a tropical storm or hurricane damage on crops

How tutoring plants helps against the hardships caused by cyclone and hurricane damage on crops. Horticulture will often suffer the after effects of hurricane damage on crops even after the storm have left, usually in the form of wounds and high concentrations of humidity. Hurricanes are storm systems the will form in warm, low pressure, […]


Training tomato with tomato support netting

Tutoring with tomato support netting increases crop quality When you train tomatoes with tomato support netting, your agricultural production and efficiency increases due not only to the quality of your tomato crop increasing, but also in savings from being able to use less agrochemicals and more efficiently use the hand labor in your employ. Tomato […]