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Benefits that vegetable trellis bring to crops

Crop support with vegetable trellis  Let’s enlist the benefits that vegetable trellises (or tutors) bring to cucumber or tomato crops. We will specifically analyze cucumber cultivation (Cucumis sativus) because of the great importance that it has in the market because it is one of the crops that use this tutoring system the most.  I will […]


Ideas And Benefits Of Training Plants

Why is the training plants necessary? Training plants is very vital when cultivating. Those with stronger stems might not need to be trained because they grow vertically and bear the weight of fruits even without support. Tree crops may not require support, but for vegetables like tomatoes, cucumber, and others, support is as vital as […]


When support netting falls down: advantages of tutoring with HORTOMALLAS

The advantages of tutoring with HORTOMALLAS outweigh using agricultural raffia There are many advantages of tutoring with HORTOMALLAS. Strong winds and heavy rain, overly soft soil or faulty posts can often cause a section of vegetable support netting to collapse, whether it has been made using raffia or HORTOMALLAS. Tutoring with HORTOMALLAS on the other […]


Tutoring vegetables in modern farming

How are vegetables tutored today? Tutoring vegetables is an important part of modern agriculture although the materials and tutoring methods have changed as time has moved on, from tutoring with traditional raffia, to using horticultural trellis netting which has become popular in recent years. Solanaceae (tomatoes, chili peppers and eggplants/aubergines), cucurbits (chayote, pumpkin, cantaloupe melons, watermelons […]


Reduce mechanical stress with HORTOMALLAS: Download the pdf “How to Manual”

Mechanical stress reduces your production yield by many tons per hectare Mechanical stress appears as a physical alteration in the plant or in one of its parts and can affect the plant at any stage of its development. Wind and rain are the main factors causing mechanical stress but there are other factors too such […]