Posted February 11, 2019 12:00:00The key to getting good crops is the fence.
There are many different types of fence that can be used, but a common technique is the “cultivator fence” – which uses a combination of two fences that both trap insects and weeds.
For this article, we’re going to look at the fence method used by the Mexican company Ilanzad.
Ilanza’s “cultivation fence” is a 3-inch-thick, 12-foot-tall fence that is attached to a 6-foot, 4-inch diameter, 4.5-foot high, metal fence pole.
The fence is mounted to a large trailer that allows the farmer to easily transport the fence around the ranch.
The tractor is also used to transport the tractor trailer to the field.
The company uses “mixed fences” – a “fixed fence” and a “bait fence” that are attached to each other.
In a mixed fence, a “mesh fence” can be made by tying a metal mesh between the two fences.
This allows for multiple fences to be attached together, as long as they’re at least a quarter inch apart.
These “bamboo fences” are also available.
Ibanzad has been cultivating since 1997 and produces over 10 million head of lettuce a year.
The firm uses this method for many different crops.
I’ve grown tomatoes and peppers and tomatoes are now grown on nearly every piece of land in the state.
I don’t have to use a “fence” for each crop, I just put it around every plot and have them all on one farm.
In this article we’re taking a closer look at Ilanzan’s “fencing” method and how to grow tomatoes.
This article was originally published on Polygon.
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