Greenhouses & Covering

Ginegar’s Products Manipulate Radiation to Improve Yield, Quality and Revenue

A world leader in advanced plastic films and nets for a wide range of applications

Ginegar Plastics Product Ltd.manufactures and markets smart covers for intensive agriculture and horticulture applications.

The Company has a strong R&D orientation and manufactures multi-layer films, woven and knitted products at three manufacturing sites in Israel. With 45 years of experience, Ginegar products are sold in 60 countries and it has subsidiary companies in the USA, Brazil and India.


Manipulating the Ultra Violet radiation, improving your yield quality and incomes

The Ultra Violet range, 280- 380 NM, a very short and violent wavelength, invisible for human been eye, causing us skin burns and cancer.
The Ultra violet radiation is essential for bee’s vision and orientation, could affect leaves, fruits and flowers coloration, and also could lead for shorter internodes.


For example, could improve dramatically flowers pollination by honey bees and bumble bees, fruit regularity and shape, could contribute for crop precocity, faster fruit sugar accumulation and higher brix, will improve red lettuce color, nectarine and strawberries red color, also will improve burning / contrast between two colors in bi – colors roses, could contribute for compact/ short intrudes and hypocotyls length seedlings in nurseries.


Ginegar’s C- 750 Sun Saver Nectarine Diffused, using advanced five layers film technology, offers the perfect combination of mechanical and spectral properties.

Anti-dust (AD) property keeping the film clean, improving film light transmission, high diffusion (Diff) for even and homogeneous light distribution on your canopy, eliminating shadow between neighbor plants, infra-red (IR) property, keeping your greenhouse temperature higher during cold nights, saving energy costs for heating, contributes for drier canopy, saving fungicides expenses and sprays, improving yield quality, anti- drip (AD) property, improving film light transmission pushing photosynthesis and growth, keeping your plants dry, allowing the ultra violet (UV) radiation penetration through the film.


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