The distance between the plant and the plastic cover, as well as the structure that supports it, give the cover materials for berries their own identity.
Protected berry cropland has recently seen the highest increase in the last 10 years, and therefore, is one of the most competitive markets in fruit. This means that farmers have to study in depth all the parameters that affect production and, among these, the type of film used to cover the crops is one of the main contributing factors.
-Improves fruit color (intensity and uniformity).
-Protects the fruit from burning.
-Helps to produce an early or delayed crop.
-Better control of the micro-climate.
-Protection from adverse weather.
-Helps pollinators to see and work better.
-More resistant, longer-lasting materials.