Weed barrier mesh for weed control Weed and brushwood are a common problem in many corners of the world. For many it is just one more day of cutting and picking but for others it is another day fighting relentlessly. If we talk about these two intruders, bushes and plants come to mind with the […]
Poly-Hardware Mesh for the Conservation of Wildlife Today the conservation of wildlife is no longer a new subject and plastic mesh for cages is a product that goes hand in hand with projects to preserve protected species. It is actually something that is essential for the healthy development of society. We could say that Mexico’s […]
Shade sail is a tough lightweight canopy made from polyethylene monofilaments that gets fastened down to and stretched out over a structure to support it. Its lightweight quality and versatility allow it to be used in a never ending number of designs and ways to protect surfaces of any size from the sun. The distinctive […]
Shade Netting for Construction Shade netting for construction: construction site safety for people and property. Protection norms for scaffolding.
Shade netting for construction is a knitted polyethylene monofilament, which was thought-out especially for providing protection for scaffolding while construction is underway, thereby preventing potential damage to people and property (cars, sidewalk benches, etc.). The simple fact of the matter is that shade netting for construction is obligatory when the nature of the construction will […]
The healthiest and excellent quality bananas The banana protection bags are the main responsible for making these tasty fruits reach our hands in the best possible condition. Not only in terms of taste (obviously we all want the fruit to be at its best) but also in terms of the presentation and the life of […]
Enticing cucumbers trellis with the TRICOLOR mesh has just become even more economical and efficient!
Real case of an Agricola in Jalisco: HORTOMALLAS is much easier and faster than the method of supporting vegetables with raffia and cotton yarn. in the Altos de Jalisco, Mexico. The cultivator Carrillo managed to plant 4 cycles of pickle cucumber. Nunhems Jackson followed on a surface of 12 hectares, using a distance between rows […]