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Storage of nets

After harvesting, the nets have to be disassembled and stored to avoid damages during winter. The nets could be disassembled completely, stored in a dry room, safe from mice and kept away from light. The nets could also be stored in the crop, but then like the foil canopies or hail nets, in waterproof and UV-resistant black foil. It must be ensured that the nets are kept dry during storage in black foil and that no damages occur during winter, i.e. by rubbing on construction or storm. During removal of nets, the nets have to be controlled for damages and have to be repaired or exchanged before netting in the following year.

Old nets that are no longer used must continue to be stored until they are disposed of in such a way that they do not become dirty or weathered. Disposal companies often do not accept nets that are too dirty or weathered.

Lagerung der netze in schwarzer Folie eingewicklet in der Anlage_C. Auge_LTZ_kleinLagerung des Netzes in schwarzer, wasserdichter, UV-beständiger Folie_copyright by Bianca Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim
Storage of net in waterproof and UV-resistant black foil in the crop (© C. Augel, LTZ Augustenberg)Storage of net in waterproof and UV-resistant black foil in the crop (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Lagerung der aufgerollten Netze in trockenen Räumlichkeiten_copyright B. Boehnke, JKI DossenheimLagerung der Netze in Kisten in trockenen Räumlichkeiten_copyright by B. Boehnke, JKi Dossenheim
Storage of coiled nets in dry premises
(© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Storage of nets in boxes in dry premises
(© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)

 

 

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