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.
The problem: Ripening berries are prone to attack from birds and insects. Small berry bushes can be stripped of fruit, and feeding damage to a small number of grapes can result in the entire bunch rotting.
The product: Fruit protection bags can be placed over fruit during as it ripens to protect it from birds and insects feeding on them. The fine mesh structure of the bags allows air flow to continue. This ensures fruit does not loose water and there is no increase in disease. Dimensions: 20×30 cm.
- Protect fruit bunches on the plant.
- Designed to allow air and moisture flow so not to increase disease risk.
- Draw string for easy closing.
How to use: Place a protection bag around the fruit as it starts to ripen. Tighten the string to fasten to the plant. Protection bags can remain on the fruit until harvest. Bags should not be placed on plants during flowering as they will prevent pollinating bees reaching the flower, therefore no fruit will develop. If needed after use, bags can be washed (40° C) before re-use.
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|Use||Product should be setup after flowers have been pollinated.|
If Fruit protection bags are setup too early when the plant is still in flower, they will prevent pollinators (such as bees) getting to the flowers which will prevent fruit development. Ensure flowers are pollinated before setting up Fruit protection bags
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Packaging size: 30 x 20 x 1 cm. 190g.
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