"With the increasing occurrence of climate change and the disruption of seasonal trends, having a suitable coverage adapted to the needs of each farmer can be a solution to ensure not only profitability, but also increases the chance of reaching higher prices, especially if we take into account the early ripening cycle that can be controlled through a more dynamic and monitored aeration and temperature management".
"We provide a rich assortment of coverings that feature an innovative design and structural advantages determined by different types of thermicity, transmittance, diffused light, combined light (diffused and direct), mechanical strength and durability."
"To be qualified as ideal, a cover must improve the quality of light from the outside. For example, there should be a different UV light shift between spring and summer. In recent years, after many years of studies and analyses, we have obtained great results in terms of defending and improving the quality and quantity of crops, even in plants 200m long".
"The coverage of the bud is not only intended to speed up the ripening period. In fact, thanks to the innovative protective fruit-growing cover system (PolyFilm-Plus), we can also avoid forcing the plant to accelerate its vegetative state by simply adjusting the opening of the central aeration corridor with a handy manual movement. Between each row spaced by one meter, we will have an ideal air passage, whereby the thermoplastic film acts as a protection against adverse weather conditions, such as heavy rain, hail, wind and temperature changes. A row protected from rain and with excellent ventilation reduces the occurrence of diseases and, consequently, the number of phytochemical treatments, thus obtaining a double advantage, that of healthier products and less costs for the farm."
"For a few thousand euros per hectare it is possible to have an installed system complete with structure and cover. We always advise our customers to avoid high and curved structures, in addition to an adequate pruning of the plants, so as to have dense and wide rows at the same time."