Arch stakes for your garden: Tips to prevent damages from insects.


Many households are following the trend of growing green, organic vegetables at home using arch stakes to ensure a source of healthy foods. As the process of growing vegetables frequently runs into many challenges, insects are one of the issues that cause the gardeners "headache,"

In particular, effective solutions for preventing insects is the use of a grow tunnel and additional nets to cover the vegetable garden. So please check out the DAIM article below to discover how to prevent insects from damaging your vegetable garden!

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Be with DAIM to find out tips to protect your garden with arch stakes


1. Green leafy vegetable - "cuisine" for insects and pests

Food safety and hygiene are currently among the top concerns for consumers. Due to the fact that many green vegetables on the market still include pesticide and plant growth stimulant residues, it is becoming more and more common for families to use their available space to grow organic vegetables.

A safe and healthy source of agricultural products for daily family meals can be ensured by growing vegetables at home. Additionally, the family will benefit from the fresh, green space of the cleverly arrangement arch stake vegetable trellises.

However, organic vegetable growing is a difficult process.  The weather, fertilizers, care, and checking of seedlings are just a few of the numerous things that vegetable growers frequently have to manage. In particular, the issue of insects and harmful pests on green vegetables is considered to be the most annoying problem for the gardeners.


Many green vegetables are vulnerable to insects and pests.


Pests and insects are small, yet they grow and spread rapidly. Vegetable gardens attacked by insects will therefore suffer heavy loss of productivity and crop quality. In fact, insects and pests love to eat many kinds of vegetable and fruit such as:

       Cucumber and bitter melon: are two popular climbing plants that are simple to grow on arch stakes. Thrips, aphids, and other green and gray caterpillars frequently cause harm to the plant's young leaves, and fruit flies sometimes infect ripe fruit.

       Broccoli is "cuisine" for numerous pests because of its young, delicate green leaves. The most frequent illnesses and pests that affect broccoli are borer, silkworm, etc. Leafhoppers, green worms, gray caterpillars, and other insects…

       Tomato: Tomatoes are a plant with short, succulent stems. Additionally, the ripe fruit has a vivid red color, which attracts a large number of unfavorable insects. Fruit and leaf borers can cause serious damage to young tomato plants.

       Potatoes: Because they grow in the soil, potato sprouts easily become food for termites or ants. Stem borers, aphids, and white grubs all frequently gorge the stems and leaves for their food, including potatoes.


2. Tips for protecting vegetables from pests and insects

If you want the freshest vegetables, growing organic plants at home will limit the use of pesticides. Realize this concerns, DAIM will help you prevent pest and disease outbreaks by developing cost-efficient measures such as the use of arch stakes.


2.1. Natural enemies and intercropping application

By growing alfalfa, clover, and cosmos around the garden, you may stimulate the growth of natural enemies, which will boost the reproduction of beneficial insects. In order to minimize harmful insect outbreaks, you can intercrop a variety of crops throughout the same growing season, including squash, beans, gourds, kohlrabi, cabbage, etc.


The way to limit the appearance of harmful insects is to encourage the growth of natural enemies


However, it will require a lot of time and effort to apply natural enemies and intercrop. This method is even infective sometimes, especially for families living in big cities with limited garden space.


2.2. Thoroughly check and cover the garden.

Actively checking the vegetable garden on a regular basis is one of the most common techniques. You can make appropriate visits to the garden based on the characteristics of each vegetable and the period of the crop. As a result, you'll find insect nests sooner so that you can eliminate this threat. Prepare yourself with specific knowledge to optimize insect prevention.

Additionally, to protect the plants from harmful insects, you can properly cover the plants on each row of vegetables with cloth or nylon tape. Making net houses and greenhouses will also help extend the crop and improve the growing conditions for the plants.


2.3. Optimal solution from DAIM

Please refer to the arch stakes (tunnel stakes) at DAIM if you are confused which effective solution to apply. Due to their capacity of coverage, our products will enable you to protect your plants from harmful insects.


The tunnel stakes are the ideal solution for protecting crops.


Utilizing Japanese technology, the tunnel stake has PP virgin plastic wrapped around the outside of the steel to prevent the plants from heating throughout the summer. Additionally, the arch stakes at DAIM are cost-effective and durable with a life span of up to 5 years, making it convenient for you to apply.

You can combine the arch stakes with many other gardening tools, such as double plastic clips and non-woven cloth, smart assembled plastic pots, to grow organic vegetables at home more effectively and productively. At DAIM, all gardening tools are of the finest quality, affordably priced, and available in a variety of designs.

DAIM hopes that the solutions in the above article will help you release from the concerns about the damaging effects of insects and harsh weather on plants. Visit DAIM and we will give you the access to a variety of garden supplies. Please feel free to contact us now for guidance if you want to buy arch stakes!


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