The Salicornias crop is fenced to prevent some herbivorous neighbors from feeding on this juicy and very rich plant, which they also love because it provides them with salts. For fencing, we use cloths from discarded fishing nets, which are tensioned at the top and bottom. We sometimes find that they are cut by the invading neighbors who live in RASA. So much so that the control must be periodic, proceeding to patch the holes that they constantly produce in their eagerness to enter the cultivation module to eat the exquisite salicornias of RASA