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Production of Greenhouse Tomatoes

Producing Tomatoes inside a greenhouse or anti-aphids structure can be quiet rewarding The tomato is a very popular crop for production in greenhouses. Tomatoes are relatively easy to grow compared to cucumbers and lettuce, and yields can be very high. Demand for tomatoes is usually strong because of the vine-ripe nature and general overall high […]


What are the different types of trellis netting?

How to decide which type of trellising system is the best for my crop! Here are several different types of 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 […]


Growing Vegetables with HORTOMALLAS against Phytopathogens.

Include Vegetable Support Netting in your plan to combat Phytopathogens. Support Netting like HORTOMALLAS are a great aid to farmers against phytopathogens.  The installation of a trellising system using the “double netting” method or a V shape or even the horizontal support offers great visible and immediate advantages such as reduced labor requirements for tutoring […]


Trellises and cages to support garden vegetables

Make the most out of your vegetables using the proper trellises Trellises and cages are common plant supports used in vegetable gardens. Many varieties of peas and beans need something to climb, and vine crops such as squash, melons, and cucumbers can produce straighter, cleaner fruit if grown on a trellis. Many tomato varieties are […]


Melon in a Greenhouse, 80 to 110 Tons per Hectare with Trellising Net

Five varieties of melon in a greenhouse with pruning and trellising net. ARTMELONES-PDH-1.  This article on growing melon in a greenhouse using trellising net was published in Productores de Hortalizas en Sept. 2002, no digital version available. Read here the study file by Prof. Felipe Ayala of the UAS (Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa). We scanned […]


Is having two strands edge (instead of one) at the extremities of your trellis netting a good thing?

Contrary to what we might think at simple sight and logic, having a two strands edge almost near each others at the extremities of the trellis net is not an advantage or a sign of quality, on the contrary it proves this product was manufactured with 1960s technology, if some day you run into this […]