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HGmart Plant cover made with high quality UV stabilized spun polypropylene fabric which have different thickness offering a greenhouse with different temperatures for application in each state.
We provide 0.55oz/sq.yard,0.9oz/sq.yard,1.2oz/sq.yard,1.5oz/sq.yard,2.0oz/sq.yard fabrics.
The weight value going up,the fabric more thicker, then keep more higher temperatures.
To meet different people's application requirements, we gradually have more innovative designs in shape:
Multi-applications as below:
What kind of plant cover should I buy?
Plant cover is available in many widths, heights, and weights:
Light-weight have 85%-70% light transmittance, 26-28F. of frost protection, and can be left on many crops (e.g., bmelon, tomato, green pepper, pepper, watermelon, pumpkin, strawberry and flowers) from seeding to harvest. (0.55oz/0.95oz)
Medium-weight covers help speed up crop maturation and increase yield. They are useful for retaining heat over night and blunt frosty gusts of below-freezing winds. (1.2oz)
Heavy-weight material is usually used to extend the growing season in winter, allow 50%-20% light transmittance for frost protection and so on. (1.5-3.0 oz)
Does it cover for all plants?
It all depends on the type of plant. With potted plants, or an in-ground plant, that have many branches (Hibiscus, Lantana, Fern, Azalea, small Palm) which extend outward a foot or two, covering it will be a little trickier, and will need 2 people to do it.
How do I use the jacket?
Simply toss the cover over your plant, shimmy it down, and tighten the drawstring.
The rope makes it easier for your application. It's also reusable, you can take it down and fold it up for next using when you don't want it.
1. The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness.
2. Please allow slight deviation for the measurement data.
Note:When using plant cover fabric, it's better to leave growing space for plants.During freezing temperatures, the part of tender plants that touch the fabric may be frostbitten.