String machines in times of crop rotation

The end of the year is approaching, and for many greenhouse horticulturists this period is dominated by crop rotation. The crop rotation is the process in which the old crop is removed and the greenhouse is completely cleaned to make way for the new crop. This process is crucial to prevent diseases and insect infestations in the greenhouse. Because crop rotation can take quite some time, it is nice to have machines available that simplify and speed up the process. String machines can support this.

Steenks Service string machines
Many vegetable growers now use string machines of Steenks Service. Crops such as zucchinis, cucumbers, peppers, and eggplants grow in the greenhouse along a string and up to the crop wire. The strings are used to support the crop and to ‘push’ it in the right direction.

Because these strings traditionally had to be made to measure and knotted by hand, this was an enormously labor-intensive and time-consuming process. String machines have been developed to automatically spew out pieces of string of a predetermined length. This saves you a lot of time as a grower because you no longer have to do this by hand.

String machines delivered on time by Steenks Service
Because the process of tying strings is accelerated with the help of a string machine, this also means that the new crop can start growing faster. An automatic string machine is guaranteed to have a positive impact on your business and is easy to justify. Are you starting the crop rotation soon? Because they have a wide range of string machines in stock, Steenks Service can assure you that you will receive the machine before your crop rotation.

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