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agriculture cover Applications

  • Fabric Cover for Fruit Protection

    Bio-rational fruit protection

    Non-woven fabric bag designed for the protection of individual or clustered fruits.

    Performs sheathing which guarantees that no insect or plague comes in contact with the fruit isolating it from the exterior.

    Unlike polyethylene bags, it is reusable up to 4 times

    Generates a micro-climate that promotes the growth and quality of the fruit.

    In Banana Trees and Bananas, it succeeds in moving forward the harvesting by 2 weeks.

    Protects the fruit without the use of agro-chemicals; ideal for organic or bio-rational crops.

    The Agribon® bag absorbs the latex residues that detach the bananas when deflowering; this manages to reduce or eliminate the “Latex Stain”.

    Frequent crops: Banana tree, Banana, Papaya.

    By Polymer Group Inc. (PGI) / Agribon® based in San Luis Potosí, MEXICO.

  • Fabric Cover for Crop Plague Protection

    Greater crop quality and yield

    Forms a physical barrier between the plant and the environment, protecting it from plagues, insects, infections and dust.

    Allows the seepage of the water, air and light needed for the growth of the plant.

    Generates a micro-climate that promotes better yields and quality of the crops.

    Minimizes or even eliminates the use of agro-chemicals in the crops. Ideal for organic or bio-rational producers.

    Adds value to the crops in export markets.

    Main crops: Melon, Pumpkin, Watermelon, Pepper, Tomato, Cucumber, Hot Peppers, Flowers, among others.

    By Polymer Group Inc. (PGI) / Agribon® based in San Luis Potosí, MEXICO.

  • Fabric Cover for Crop Protection against Frosts

    Protection against Frosts

    Reduces drastic temperature changes

    Drastically reduces frost damage by cushioning sudden temperature drops.

    By providing a micro-climate with greater temperature than that of the environment, reduces harvesting time.

    Main crops: strawberries, lettuce, flowers, melons, watermelons, pumpkins, tomatoes, peppers, among others

    By Polymer Group Inc. (PGI) / Agribon® based in San Luis Potosí, MEXICO.

  • Separation Systems for Grain Separation

    Even though the product has changed, Forsberg remains the industry leader in separation systems for grain separation. Forsberg products were designed under patents that cover the vital components of gravity separation, high speed stone separation, variable speed controls and chemical treatment processes. Our 50,000 square foot corporate facility houses a state-of-the-art test facility which allows us to experiment with different materials using a variety of processes in a short time. Forsbergs separators can remove damaged seeds or contaminants from a variety of bulk materials. Stones, dirt, glass and other objects are able to be removed from the grains quickly and efficiently. Stones, dirt, glass and other objects are able to be removed from the grains quickly and efficiently.

    By Forsbergs, Inc. based in Thief River Falls, MINNESOTA (USA).

  • Measuring Ion Concentrations in Plant Tissue

    Measuring Ion Concentrations in Plant Tissue

    Required Apparatus:

    • Aptisens Digital or Mobile Multiple Ion Kit
    • Weighing scales
    • Liquid measurement device e.g. graduated cylinder
    • Bowl for stirring
    • Spoon for stirring
    • Funnel
    • Filter paper / muslin
    • Conical flask / vessel

    Required chemicals:

    • Aptisens multiple ion conditioning solution
    • Aptisens Plant Tissue multiple ion calibration solutions
    • Deionised water

    Sample Preparation:
    This preparation can be applied to any plant tissue. Take a sample of lettuce and remove any soil but do not wash the plant tissue as doing so may reduce the number of ions in sample. Weigh this sample and record (say 100 g). Macerate the plant tissue in a blender and add a known amount of hot deionised water to the sample to extract the nutrients. For example, dilute the sample two-fold (200 mL), three-fold (300 mL) or five-fold (500 mL). Ensure all the plant tissue is covered with water and leave to sit for approximately 30 min with some stirring. The sample then needs to be filtered.

    Set up a funnel with folded filter paper in a conical flask or any vessel that can hold a funnel. Pour the plant tissue and water into the funnel and allow the mixture to filter. Collect the filtrate.

    Calibration:
    Before use the multiple ion probe must be conditioned in Aptisens multiple ion conditioning solution. Ensure the correct calibration solutions for a three-point calibration are set up on the Mobile meter or MeterLink. Follow the instructions for calibration and proceed to take a sample reading when the calibration data is ‘very good’ or ‘good’ for all ions.

    Sample Reading:
    Place the probe in the plant tissue filtrate and ‘Take a Sample’ reading. The concentrations for each ion will be displayed in ppm or mmol / L.

    Remember to multiply these concentrations by the dilution factor.

    Probe Care:
    After taking your reading be sure to remove the sensors from the solution as quickly as possible, rinse with deionised water and replace the cap of the probe

    By Aptisens based in Little Island, IRELAND.

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