Yongkang Guyuehu Industry & Trade Co.,Ltd
"Tomato blossoms are self-fertile, and the flower requires shaking to release the pollen through pores. Electric Tomato Pollinator is an efficient pollinators, and are quickly replacing bees as the main pollinators for greenhouse tomatoes.
Yongkang Guyuehu is providing electric tomato pollinators. There are GYH-8701, GYH-8702, GYH-8703, and GYH-8704 for your choice. Would you like to get more info, feel free to talk to us.
Electric Tomato Pollinator, also called Electric tomato pollination tool.
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Brand Name: SUCA
Model Number: GYH-8701
Power Source: Electricity
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: Common packing
Delivery Detail: 15-30 working days after the payment
electric tomato pollination:
1),easy to operate;
2),saving time and labor;
3),the operator is safer;
This Tomato pollinators(Electric pollination tool) are a very usefull tool to increase the percentage of inseminated flowers.
Especially in indoor settings the extra help of the pollinator is just that bit needed to make sure the tomato plants carry full trusses.
The pollinator has a vibrating tip, which is held against the plant to support the pollen to be airborn. Increasing the number of available pollen also increases the insemination chances for the flowers.
Environmentally friendly pollination, fruits safe and secure to be eaten.
1),Easy to operate, saving time and labor; the operator is safer.
2),Shoulder-type battery, continuous use 3-4 hours after recharging.
3),Observablyimprove fruits set percentage; fruits in neatly line, no deformity .
4), Improve the tomato yield, fruits with good quality,&ventricule neat.
5),reduce the probability of tomato diseases.
Method of Operation
1.Insert the plug into the socket on the power box, tighten up the nut on the plug with the socket, connect power line and turn on the power switch;
2.Touch the oscillating rod to the petiole of the flower for an instant from 0.5 to 1 second. Please do not touch the oscillating rod to the face of the flower or the fruit lest any harm be caused;
3.Pollinating time: 9:00-15:00
4.Pollinating frequency: every other day in summer, ever three or four days in spring and winter; (It shall be adjusted flexibly based on the flowering and growth of tomato.)
5.A single full change can support work over 12 to 16 hours."