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Archive for August, 2017

Crop netting is a versatile and economical solution for supporting some of the most productive vegetables. Especially vertical cultivation improves the optimal development of plants, maximizing the exposition to light, and improving aeration into the mass of foliage. At the same time crop netting helps to save space and time. HORTOMALLAS Crop netting is strong […]


Plastic trellises make staking tomatoes easy, reduces necessary care and accelerates the process There are lots of staking tomatoes methods nowadays, and this makes difficult to know which one is the best. First of all, zone characteristics, as well as personal budgets, play an important role when to choose the best form of staking is […]


SCROG PLASTIC NETTING METHODS MAKE YOUR PLANTS GROW LEAFIER AND STRONGER

There are several factors that turn SCROG plastic netting methods into one of the most efficient SCROG method has become widely used amongst agronomists because it is known that allows you to use space as efficiently as possible, while getting a better final product than with other methods. Even though it works great outdoors, it […]


Knowing which materials work better for ScrOG plant support is essential to ease the process and to obtain good results ScrOG, also known as Screen of Green, is a tutoring and training method that has become widely used because of the increase of production that entails, as well as because of the savings in terms […]


Mallajuana is specially designed to be used for Screen of Green trellises SCROG: What is Screen of Green? Well, Screen of Green (also known as ScrOG) is a tutoring method in which a plant that naturally grows vertically is trained to grow horizontally, saving space as much as possible. It is very common to confuse […]