Photo of a series of fruit protection bags.
Photo of a fruit protection bag.
Photo of a fruit protection bag. It is placed over a piece of fruit hanging from a branch to protect it from birds and insects.
Photo of fruit protection bag packaging.
Photo of fruit protection bag packaging with instructions.

Andermatt Home & Garden

Fruit protection bag

Sale price£13.05

Breathable drawstring bags to place over fruit bunches to protect them from birds and insects. Made from fabric designed to allow air and moisture flow so not to increase risk of sweating or disease development. Comes in a pack of 10.

When is best to use?

Apply after flowers have been pollinated.

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about the product

No, we only ship to the UK.

Delivery of orders can be through a number of providers (Royal Mail or various other couriers) depending on which is suitable. When sent with Royal Mail deliveries are 1st Class and deliveries by courier are sent with next day/24 hour service.

A customer has the right to return unwanted goods as long as they remain unused and in condition which allows their resale within 14 days of ordering the product. No reason has to be given by a customer to return product during this 14 day period. Our aim is that you be delighted with your purchases.

Ensure a good crop this year

Designed to allow air and moisture flow so not to increase disease risk, our Fruit Protection Bag keeps your fruit healthy and protected for peace of mind for a good crop every year.

easy to set up pheromone trap

compact box tree moth trap

Leaders in biocontrol

Andermatt was founded over 30 years ago by two PhD students, Mr and Mrs Andermatt, who created the world's first plant-protecting baculovirus.

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Customer service

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