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Types of nets

Today, a lot of crops are canopied by foil canopy or rather rain protection. Such crops have to be netted at the open areas including ventilation sections. On entering the culture, the nets have to be closed immediately because the Spotted Wing Drosophila flies can enter in short periods and then reproduce within the netted crop. Additionally, locks should be installed and the headland should be netted. Installation of lateral nettings have already shown success but complete nettings increase the efficiency, especially adjacent to slopes or to forest.

Seitliche Einnetzung Kirsche_MartinaFalagiardaEingenetztes Vorgewende copyright by Silke Ditzer, LWK NRW
Lateral netting of cherry plants
(© M. Falagiarda, Laimburg)
Netted headland (© S. Benz, LWK NRW)
Himbeertunnel mit professioneller Schleuse, optimiert durch die LWK NRW_copyright S. Schrey, LWK NRWSelbstständig eingerichtete Schleuse im Himbeertunnel copyright by Bianca Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim
Netted raspberry foiltunnel with professional lock, optimized by LWK NRW (© S. Schrey, LWK NRW)Netted raspberry foiltunnel with self-constructed lock
(© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)

 

House and allotment garden

It is also appropriate to net cultures in house or allotment gardens. Complete trees or also only part of plants should be netted.

Kirschbaum _Hausgarten_3_HeidrunVogtKirschbaum_Hausgarten_1_Heidrun Vogt
(© H. Vogt, JKI Dossenheim)( © H. Vogt, JKI Dossenheim)
Kirschbaum_Hausgarten_2_HeidrunVogt Feldkäfig H_VogtHimbeere_Teileinnetzung_FelixBriem
(© H. Vogt, JKI Dossenheim)(© F. Briem, JKI Dossenheim)

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