- Momordica Charantia (bitter melon) cultivation trellised with HORTOMALLAS
- Bitter melon climbbing on HORTOMALLAS plant support net
- A comparison between rafia and trellising net by HORTOMALLAS used in bitter melon (momordica Charantia)
- Bitter melon is a cucurbit who´s tendrils attach perfectly to HORTOMALLAS vegetable net.
- The devastating effects of termites on the support posts used to trellis bitter melon are reduced when using HORTOMALLAS support netting.
- Termites can bring down a trellising pole, and affect the whole row when using raffia, but when using HORTOMALLAS trellising net, the damage is reduced and isolated to the local post, which is easily substituted and the whole net and plants attached to it goback into place without consequences.
- Momordica Charantia´s (bitter melon) tendril attached to the HORTOMALLAS trellis netting system