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Trellis Netting, Agriculture, and support mesh on Facebook.

Trellis Netting, Agriculture, and support mesh on Facebook.

HORTOMALLAS® trellis netting on Facebook.

Trellis netting In this Facebook group you will find contributions on the topic of trellis mesh or cucumber mesh. Exchange of technical information on the cultivation of vegetables that need a support system and trellis such as HORTOMALLAS®, cucurbits, tomatoes, beans and chilies.

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This group aims to promote the exchange of technical-commercial information for farmers on tutoring systems, trellising, meshes, raffia, etc.

That are use in vegetable cultivation, with special emphasis on cucumbers, melons, squashes, tomatoes, beans, chilies, zucchini and pumpkins.

Whether in the open field or under the protection of a mesh system, in a greenhouse or tunnel. These crops need a guidance system that allows them greater exposure to sunlight than air circulation to prevent botrytis.

Here is your open forum… Agronomists, Biologists, Permaculturists, Ecologists, Field Managers: welcome! Please refrain from advertising products, this site is only for information exchange.

HORTOMALLAS® is an extruded mesh that is use in the method known as “Tutoring”. The mesh supports the crop, allowing vertical growth thus increasing air circulation between the leaves.

It is easy to place, the mesh can be attach between poles, and then tension the upper frames between weaving an agricultural raffia thread, between the paintings and mooring them to the support posts according to the distance as can be see.

With the HORTOMALLAS® trellis mesh, the plants can be embed and support by the mesh, so that the aisles are free, thus facilitating the passage of the farmer. Fertilizer application is also easier.

If you need more information, you can go to this link.

https://www.facebook.com/horticulturenetting/

trellis netting
The use of HORTOMALLAS® trellis netting is recommended in double rows in crops such as peppers, chilies and aubergines as it helps intensify the cultivation and cuts down the labor involved in tying up the crops.

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HORTOMALLAS® trellis netting on Facebook.

Trellis netting In this Facebook group you will find contributions on the topic of trellis mesh or cucumber mesh. Exchange of technical information on the cultivation of vegetables that need a support system and trellis such as HORTOMALLAS®, cucurbits, tomatoes, beans and chilies.

Description

This group aims to promote the exchange of technical-commercial information for farmers on tutoring systems, trellising, meshes, raffia, etc.

That are use in vegetable cultivation, with special emphasis on cucumbers, melons, squashes, tomatoes, beans, chilies, zucchini and pumpkins.

Whether in the open field or under the protection of a mesh system, in a greenhouse or tunnel. These crops need a guidance system that allows them greater exposure to sunlight than air circulation to prevent botrytis.

Here is your open forum… Agronomists, Biologists, Permaculturists, Ecologists, Field Managers: welcome! Please refrain from advertising products, this site is only for information exchange.

HORTOMALLAS® is an extruded mesh that is use in the method known as “Tutoring”. The mesh supports the crop, allowing vertical growth thus increasing air circulation between the leaves.

It is easy to place, the mesh can be attach between poles, and then tension the upper frames between weaving an agricultural raffia thread, between the paintings and mooring them to the support posts according to the distance as can be see.

With the HORTOMALLAS® trellis mesh, the plants can be embed and support by the mesh, so that the aisles are free, thus facilitating the passage of the farmer. Fertilizer application is also easier.

If you need more information, you can go to this link.

https://www.facebook.com/horticulturenetting/

trellis netting
The use of HORTOMALLAS® trellis netting is recommended in double rows in crops such as peppers, chilies and aubergines as it helps intensify the cultivation and cuts down the labor involved in tying up the crops.

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