Go Large with the Haxnicks Grower System•
Posted on 12 January 2009
Plant protection specialist, Haxnicks is launching a versatile new Grower System for plants up to 1 metre in height. The Haxnicks Grower System offers a practical solution for raising and protecting large numbers of taller plants. It is especially useful for large brassicas and small fruit bushes. The frame takes only minutes to erect. Above all, it will work hard all year round in the garden. As a temporary greenhouse in spring for pots and trays and as a useful over-wintering station for tender patio plants.
The Haxnicks Grower Frame is on sale separately from its covers. The Grower Frame is made from tubular black powder-coated steel. It slots together to make a sturdy, rust-proof frame measuring 3 metres long by 1 metre wide by 1 metre high. It comes with ground pegs to secure it down. The covers fit snugly over the frame; they are available in two different materials to give the best protection and shelter throughout the year. With four side zips for easy access and watering. as a result the Haxnicks Grower couldn’t be easier to use.
The Grower Poly Cover is made from heavy-duty, clear polythene for robust weather and pest protection and an enhanced growing environment. The insect-proof ventilation flaps at either end control the retained warmth and humidity. The Grower Pest Protection Cover is just as easy to fit. This cover uses Haxnicks’ award-winning Micromesh™ . Therefore it has the best possible protection from insects, including aphids and carrot fly,. The ultra-fine mesh allows air and water to easily pass through, and furthermore protects against scorching and other weather damage. The Haxnicks Grower Frame and Grower Covers are available from all good garden centres or online here Grower System.
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