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 type of netting prove it by yourself:
you will have the funniest surprised face when you will be able to break that net as it it were a sheet of paper! This happens when the strands that are near each other in a trellis netting have not been oriented and this causes the product to be a lot weaker; also you may notice that this class of products (usually coming from Spain or China) have not the same type of gloss as HORTOMALLAS, this being a clear sign that the net is made with a high percentage of recycled and second grade polymers, that should not be in charge of supporting your crop as a net failure could be most expensive mistake you ever made! You need a tough product for your fields, something that can take the abuse of the sun, chemicals and the distraction of your employees
At HORTOMALLAS you are guaranteed a high quality lowest price purchase, protect your field investment buying top grade materials at low prices, with HORTOMALLAS you will not pay more for the HORTOMALLAS quality. You might ask how can HORTOMALLAS be such a low cost supplier? We are the most efficient manufacturer and distributor and we pass along the savings!
HORTOMALLAS Espallier Support Net for cucumber, tomatoes, etc (square 25x25cm) 1.5x1500m (60″x4920′, 10″x10″)
MXN $3,889.51+ I.V.A. Add to cart
HORTOMALLAS Trellis Netting for tutoring (square 25x25cm) 1×1500m (40″x4920′, 10″x10″)
MXN $2,593.01+ I.V.A. Add to cart
HORTOMALLAS Tomato Net (square 25x25cm) 0.75×1500m (30″x4920′, 10″x10″)MXN $2,164.22 + I.V.A. Add to cart
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