In today’s environmentally-conscious environment, there is a growing awareness of the severe damage caused by toxic pesticides to the environment and to public health. In fact, many consumers are no longer prepared to put pesticide-treated agricultural produce on their tables, and this trend of reduced used of toxic materials will grow together with the legislation of environment protection laws.
However, pests and insects also cause immense damage to agricultural yield by feeding on plants, depositing eggs on crops and spreading disease. Moreover, these insects also develop resistance to chemical pesticides that are still used, resulting in a significant reduction in the efficiency of these material. This creates the need for an alternative solution to protect crops from pests and insects. We answer this need with our wide range of advanced anti-insect nets, which block the entry of pests and insects into the crop environment and significantly reduce the use of pesticides.
Anti-insect nets block the penetration of insects and are differentiated by hole size (mesh=number of holes per inch).The type of net (mesh size) is selected according to the insect that is prevalent in the area. … 50-mesh net: For blocking white flies. aphids and leafminer. Insect netting is a very fine mesh that prevents the entry of insects and access crops leading to crop damage and spreading disease. Insect netting has UV protection that helps extend its life.
The environmentally friendly protection: it protects plants without using pesticides! … The virus is mostly transmitted by specific insects, which is why using specific barriers to prevent contact between aphids and crops means effectively preventing the onset of disease without risking negative side effects. We supply Anti Insect Net used in Greenhouse and net house to protect plant from thrips, mites etc. Anti Insect Nets significantly reduces the number of pests entering the structure while maintaining adequate air flow. As a result, fewer pesticide treatments are needed.
These nets are commonly used in the following structures to protect vegetable, herb, orchard and flower crops
- Nethouses – lightweight frames with poles and cables that support the net
- Greenhouses – air vents are covered with nets or all of the greenhouse walls are made of nets
- Walk-in tunnels – completely covered with net or covered with net and PE sheets