Unique, Responsible, Labour Saver
The Qlipr system was developed in Holland to reduce labour and plastic trellising waste while being adaptable to greenhouses of all scales. Traditionally used for Greenhouse Tomato and Cucumber production, the hardware is cleanable and reusable between crops and is easy to use!
We are proud to distribute this innovation to Canadian Growers! After two years of trialing, we now save over 40% on labour for crop care and removal. This system is perfect for those who dread high-wire trellising tasks!
Take advantage of our trial packages if you are not ready to fully commit yet! We offer all the hardware you need to switch and save you time.
Advantages to Qlipr
- Simple to use
- Efficiency – less motions
- Fewer parts
- Improved crop care
- Reduced plastic trellising waste
- Durable, lifetime investment
- Suitable for all scales of production
Qlipr System Hardware
Metal crop hooks that hang from the high-wire that the Qlipr clips will attach to support the crop. One per stem (leader) required.
Stainless steel clip and foam insert that secures around the crop stem and attaches to the PlanthooQ or string. Two required per stem (leader).
Foam inserts used to support the crop. White or Blue. Blue is traditionally used to denote a second leader for pruning purposes. Easy to sanitize and durable for multiple seasons of use.
Galvanized steel hangers to easily secure twine to PlanthooQ in single wire trellising systems (most common in North America) without the need for a knot in the string.
Trusted by Growers
Since deciding to use the Qlipr system, it has completely changed the way we manage our trellised crops. The system is very fast to setup, makes weekly crop maintenance a breeze, and we finished ours end of season clean up in record time. I wouldn’t really consider using another trellising system.
Scott – Bent Plow Farm
There are not many options that can save you time on your farm like the Qlipr system. It is fun, easy to use and makes crop care much easier than other trellising we have tried!
Thomas – Manager at Linden Lane Farms