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Phyto and other protective nets

Diseases and pests of agricultural crops are a real scourge for producers. Huge funds are spent on plant protection. However, they usually struggle not with cause, but with consequences. Both in medicine and plant protection, there are two approaches: prevention and treatment. 

Prevention is certainly more effective and cheaper.
One of the methods of prevention is the use of plant protection nets.
Many plant diseases are transmitted by insects and animals that feed on plants or their juice. How to protect yourself from damaging plants with insect pests and protecting plants from being infected by viruses, fungi and bacteria that insects carry?
The method is simple. Close the area on which plants are grown with a special plant protection net through which insects - pests cannot penetrate. This method is simple and very effective.
It should be noted that as a result of the sharp decline in the volume of pesticides used to control pests and diseases, or the complete abandonment of their use, we get an additional positive effect - environmentally friendly products, which is extremely important now time in the consumer market.

The grid covers large areas

More and more farmers are using the new efficient technology, called NETHOUSE, that is, in free translation - House from the grid. The use of plant protection nets for this purpose is the main component of organic farming.

Insect net nets

Nethaus Currently, large areas of crops are covered with plant protection nets. Often, inexpensive and easy-to-install and operate NetHouse cultivations are used for this

Why are nets used for protection against pests?

In recent years, worldwide, more and more attention has been paid to issues related to the negative effects of pesticides on people and the environment. Consumers are increasingly rejecting agricultural products treated with pesticides. This trend to reduce the use of toxic substances will develop and intensify in the coming years as a result of public concern for their own health and the adoption of new, more stringent laws on environmental protection. Insect pests cause irreparable damage to agriculture: damage fruits, suck up plant juices, spread dirt and diseases, thus damaging plants, spoiling the presentation and reducing crop yields.
It is also known that agricultural pests become accustomed to chemical plants. It is easier and much more efficient, and as a result, it is more cost-effective to use plant shelters with a phytoprotective net.

Apply Meshes

Recently, in the cultivation of many crops around the world, nets have been increasingly used
to protect themselves against pests as one of the main means of controlling them. These devices are designed
to block the path for pests to the cultivation room in which
plants are located, and thus significantly reduce the use of pesticides.
Most often, protective nets are used for growing vegetables, spicy
herbs, flowers, as well as fruit and berry plantations.

Rooms that use these meshes:

Nethouse (grid house) & ndash; light structures, usually consisting of a light frame
, or pillars and cables, on which the network is stretched.

Greenhouses & ndash; in greenhouses, the network is tightened on ventilation openings
or the frame is fully covered with a network.

Arched greenhouses & ndash; these structures are fully covered with a network, or a combined network and polyethylene coating is used.

The insect nets prevent pests from entering the plants.
We offer you several types of nets of various densities. The number of holes in the network per one inch is measured in units of a mesh (mesh).
The choice of a mesh of a particular density depends on the type of insect that you have to fight.

It should be noted that it gives an additional positive effect: light scattering, light shading and reduction of fluctuations in day and night temperatures inside the structure.

Types of safety nets

Network 17 mesh
17 mesh network

It is designed to protect against fruit flies (Mediterranean fruit fly, figs), grape wormholes and Deudorix livia on plantations and vineyards, and also protects from adverse weather conditions (hail, wind gusts, excessive solar radiation).

Network 25 mesh
25 mesh network

Designed to protect exported peppers from the Mediterranean fruit fly.

Network 40 mesh
40 mesh network

Intended for partial protection against whiteflies in cases where ventilation conditions do not allow the use of 50-mesh network.

Network 50 mesh
50 mesh network

Designed to protect against whiteflies, aphids and mining flies.

Type table

Optinette

OptiNet Grid & ndash; This is an advanced network of a new generation of insect protection, which has a combined mechanical and optical barrier.
The new network significantly reduces the penetration of pests, mostly it is about trips, but the nets also protect against whiteflies and mining flies.
There are non-toxic optical additives in the grid that blind and repel insects before they even get closer to the protected structure.
The results of the study, which was conducted on an experimental “Lsor”, together with the research center of the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture, for four years showed that when using OptiNet 40 and 50 mesh, the thrips population decreased by 8 times compared to the usual 50 mesh network.
This is the only network in the world that allows you to successfully fight thrips without disrupting ventilation, and sometimes even improving it through the use of 40 mesh OptiNe networks.
Grid does not lose its optical properties and retains them throughout the entire period of use Ia.

Optinette. Comparison of results.

Optinette comparison

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Protection against birds

Another problem with crop protection is protection against birds. Birds are quite damaging, and in some cases can almost completely destroy crops such as cherry, cherry, strawberry, raspberry and other crops.

For this purpose, a special protective mesh has been created that effectively protects the crop, primarily fruits and berries, from being damaged by birds.

Protection against birds

Birds that harm agriculture and the damage they cause:

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Black Crow

Peels and eats fruit, rips walnuts and pecans, pecks greenhouse film and damages irrigation systems and structures on plantations.

Starling
Clogs the leaf surface and fruits with droppings, eats seeds and sprouts, sweet cherry fruits and strawberries.

Linnet
Damages the fruits of strawberries.

Sparrow
Pecks fruits on plantations, damages the shoots and stems of plants.

Lark
Pecks seeds from the soil, pecks vegetables.

Short-Throated Thrush
Pecks vegetables and flowers.

Woodpecker
Eats nuts, pecks pipe irrigation systems.

Partridge
Pecks and fruit.

protection against birds

The grid is made from 2.1 meters to 10 meters wide and is delivered to customers in rolls, the length of which is specified in the order.

If you need additional information, please contact our sales department. contact

Peels and eats fruit, stall

This article was published on Saturday 12 September, 2009.

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