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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 ground and used to grow a host of plants, such as vegetables and flowering plants. The netting used may be made from interwoven wooden slates or plastic, such as the lattice work found in most home improvement stores. Gardening using trellises is advantageous for many homeowners because it requires less space than traditional forms, and many types of plants can be grown successfully using this system. When choosing to experiment with vertical gardening, it is important to purchase the correct type of climbing vines and plants. 
cucumber trellis

Cucumber trellis netting is a great way to let the plant do the growing work with its tendrils while saving on labor and reducing the possibility of mechanically spreading diseases.

crop espalier with netting

The double espalier method of trellising vegetable crops is very useful for indeterminate solanaceous as tomatoes or peppers.

What types of trellis netting are best suited for my crop?

Most types of trellis netting are made from either wood or plastic composite materials, with the pieces or sections arranged in specific patterns. One common design for trellises is known as lattice work, and is characterized by interwoven pieces of wood or molded plastic placed to create a grid design capable of supporting all types of climbing plants. This type of trellis is most often used for traditional gateway styled trellises and often features flowering plants, such as roses, grown through the netting for added visual appeal. Another common type of trellis is the ground design. It usually consists of wood slates arranged in a cradle-like design and is most often used for specifically chosen vine plants, such as certain tomato varieties and green beans.Home gardeners often choose trellis netting for gardening due to its numerous advantages in terms of working well in limited spaces, and the number of different flowers and plants that can be grown using this system. Trellises and vertical gardening can be employed in a number of different scenarios. The use of trellises is very convenient for apartment dwellers, those who do not have yard space, and those with very small plots of land to work with. Many inner city gardening projects use this form of gardening to utilize as much of the land space available to yield the greatest vegetable produce return.
types of trellis netting

Many types of trellis netting are available for crop support, but only HORTOMALLAS offers the lowest price guarantee!

Regardless of the types of trellis netting chosen, this gardening system will not work without the correct type of plants. Whether the gardener wants flowering plants for beauty or vegetable plants for food, the plants must be an indeterminate variety, which means they are naturally or engineered to produce climbing vine properties. These types of plants are usually found in home improvement stores, online, or in seed catalogs. Hortomallas is available in 10″10″ mesh size http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-the different-types-of- trellis-netting.htm

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