Growing Profits
March 2013

 

Capgen Seeds showcases tomato varieties in a retractable roof...and the rise of the X-Frame

 

Capgen Seeds trials tomatoes in a nethouse and a retractable roof 

Capgen Seeds 
Capgen Seeds (http://www.capgenseeds.com) is based in Murcia Spain and is doing a trial of their Titanio and Platinum roma tomatoes in a conventional nethouse and a retractable roof house in Culiacan Mexico. Martin Esparza who works in the development department at Capgen Seeds describes his observations of the differences in the plant development between the nethouse and the retractable roof house.

 

(Spanish with English subtitles)

 X Frame- designed for quick construction with minimal equipment

X-Frame  
The X Frame retractable roof house was not only designed to be the lowest cost retractable roof house that can protect crops from rain, hail, excessive heat and cold....it was also designed to install quickly using minimal equipment.

 

 

This 4 minute video shows you the basic construction process at this 4 hectare installation in Mexico.

 

 

X Frame - managing quality, quantity and timing of your harvest over hectares in minutes        

X Frame 
The lowest cost way to protect large fields of vegetables, berries, stone fruits or any other crop that you would like to grow outside but want to manage it's quality, quantity and timing... while protecting yourself from losses due to rain, hail, frost, or extreme heat. 
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