New insect protection net for organic horticulture
Now the weather is getting warmer, vegetable crops are once again under attack from harmful insects such as cabbage root fly, carrot fly and onion fly.
Duranet is bringing to the market a new ultralight insect protection net developed specially for organic horticulture.
The Duranet lightweight fly net is a unique product:
- It provides excellent protection against cabbage root fly, carrot fly, leaf-miner fly and caterpillars, and weighs about 50% less than conventional insect protection nets;
- The net’s low weight of just 45g/m² ensures that crop growth is not hindered;
- Thanks to their fine mesh structure, the nets are water-repellent and rainfall does not make them heavier;
- Thanks to its ultrafine yarns, the mesh combines optimum translucency with good air circulation;
- Knitted quality, easy to cut without fraying;
- The mesh has been stabilised against ageing from sunlight so that it can be used for several years.
The Duranet lightweight fly net is available in rolls with a length of 125m and a width of 2.40m, 4.80m, 8.00m or 12.00m. Other sizes can be provided on request.
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