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Leguminous vegetables

Peas and Beans of all types are covered from late winter through until typically mid May. The regularity of germination is the key for a good sowing. The fleece increases the uniformity and the speed of germination by preserving the soil structure, maintaining the humidity and increasing the temperature.

Beans

Beans

The use of Novagryl allows a 15 day earlier harvest for the first sowing (March to May). The thermal effect of the fleece ensures a uniform yield with a high productivity. The cover is laid up to the 2-4 leave stage at the beginning of flowering depending on the weather conditions. Novagryl is ideal because of its high elasticity.

Peas

Peas

The use of Novagryl allows a 15 day earlier harvest for the first sowing (February to March). The thermal effect of the fleece ensures a uniform yield with a high productivity. The fleece is an efficient barrier against pigeons.The cover is laid until the leaves are 5 to 10 cm high. Novagryl is ideal because of its high elasticity.

Novagryl P19 (19gsm)

Novagryl P19 (19gsm) ►

Novagryl offers farms an alternative choice to improve protection without increased fleece weight. Manufactured in 3 combined layers from finer filaments create the unique extensibility that is not seen in the single and double layer products.

Length Single Width Welded Width
250m 1.5m (S) 4.0m (S)
250m - 6.6m (S)
250m - 8.5m (S)
250m - 10.5m (R)
250m - 11.3m (R)
250m - 12.1m (R)
250m - 12.8m (R)
250m - 13.6m (R)
250m - 16.0m (R)
250m - 20.4m (R)
(S) Standard Edge (R) Reinforced Edge
All our fleece are Z folded, which makes the laying easy.

Open Fields

Open Fields ►

Open Field applications require a robust fleece design with the ability for farmers to specify the exact performance requirements for their needs. Strength, moisture and light management and durablity are all critical.