Insect Nets of 50 MESH is woven. It is constructed with a strong monofilament that provides extra tensile strength.
The weaving prevents unraveling when cut. The weaving conforms to shade percentage and mesh density.
This structure results in your garden having maximum air circulation.
Insect netting is gaining popularity among crop farmers as they discover its many benefits.
Read on to find out what you can gain from it.
- Pest Control: Your farm is protected against damaging insects and pests. Furthermore, it prevents useful insects from entering the netting.They help pollinate your plants.
- Disease prevention: Insects spread diseases that can negatively impact your crops.The net will block the insect, allowing your crops to be free of disease.
- Control the temperature, the soil, and the humidity: Your crops will not suffer from adverse weather conditions.Wind, rain, and hailstones will not damage your crops.It is ideal for sensitive crops such as cabbages and greens.
- Block Sunlight: The net provides shade over your garden. Less sunlight is transmitted through it.
- Reduce the use of pesticides: Pesticides are dangerous to plants and the environment. When it comes to netting, insecticides are not necessary.
The Most Popular Types of Insect Netting’s Mesh
Many types of nets are available and are used depending on the type of insects in your area:
|Items||Name of Insect against|
|17 Mesh||Fruit flies and bigger insects,|
|25 Mesh||Mediterranean fruit fly and fig fruit fly|
|40 Mesh||Whitefly (Partially), leaf miner, Aphids|
|50 Mesh||Whitefly, leaf miner, Aphids, Thrips|
|RS-60||Wasp , Vinegar fly Drosophila|