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Why Should You Use Trellis Netting?

May. 24, 2021

Why Should You Use Trellis Netting?

Trellis netting is good for the training direction you want your plants to grow.

It also helps support the plant and the weight of the large buds you wish to cultivate.

The two main methods of the trellis are vertical trellis and horizontal trellis.

This refers to whether you want the plant to grow tall, or whether you want the plant to grow short and wide.

By using trellis in your garden, you can make the most of your growing space. If your height is limited, you can use a horizontal trellis system to push a wide canopy.

When you start to bloom, your stem will be under pressure due to the increased weight, and the last thing you want to see is it breaks. The trellis will prevent this from happening.

Other common uses of trellis netting

In addition to training your plant growth direction, there are many other uses of garden trellis.

The vine crops grow well with the trellis netting.

The trellis netting is made of vine crops. It comes in different sizes and weaves depending on the intended use.

Trellis netting is the best vine crop because the nature of plants is not suitable for other forms of support, such as central pillars. The web netting provides enough space for obtaining fruits, but it is strong enough to bear the weight of the entire plant.

Choose a commercial-grade, however, because the vine crop is heavy, this grade can fully support the weight without sagging or falling.

Bamboo stakes are convenient for plants and tomatoes.

Bamboo stakes have many uses and are best suited for any single central stem plant, such as tomato.

They can run tightly on the stem, which is the support this plant needs to prevent sagging and breaking.

They are also the preferred method for plants headed for retail sales like houseplants or blooming plants such as kalanchoe.

Bamboo stakes work great when secured with the 8’’ plastic cable tie, but do not secure them so tightly that they tear into the plant’s stem flesh.

The plant yo-yos are also suitable for stationary central stemmed plants, such as tomatoes and related plants.

They are a slippery device that hangs from the ceiling and pulled out just as the name implies.

Although using trellis netting is a good start to become a more advanced grower, there are other training strategies you should adopt. The most important thing is pruning.

Pruning your plants allows you to further determine how your plants grow.

Topping your plant

You will often find that one dominant branch will outperform the others on your plant. In this case, you should shoot "top". This is where you cut the branches to the same level as the other branches.

This will shake the plant, but the end result will be energy spent in other parts of the plant, rather than the dominant branches taking away all growth. The result is a more uniform canopy and more germination sites for the entire plant.

Trim your plants

Toppings are important, but you should also trim other parts of the plant regularly. However, you don't want to go crazy and chop off branches and leaves indiscriminately.

You should remove some of the large fan leaves to promote the growth of stems and buds. You don't want to remove too many fan-shaped leaves, because this will also put pressure on the plant, but removing some will speed up growth.

Prune the growth of the bottom of the plant that does not receive light. This will promote plant growth in the area that is actually exposed to growth light.

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