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The role and benefits of bird nets


The bird-proof net is mainly used to prevent birds from […]

The bird-proof net is mainly used to prevent birds from eating food. It can generally be used for grape protection, cherry protection, pear tree protection, apple protection, cockroach protection, breeding protection, kiwi, etc.
Vineyard bird net
In terms of grape protection, many farmers will think that indifferent attitudes are considered to be necessary by half of the people. For the shelf grapes, all can be covered, and the strong anti-bird nets are suitable for comparison. The fastness is relatively better. For common varieties. The farmers are completely acceptable, the cost is relatively low, compared with the generally unjoined fishing nets, it is relatively light. For some fine fruits, the nylon anti-bird net can be recommended. The high fastness can be used for more than 5 years. High-density polyethylene can also be used for more than 5 years at a lower cost.
Cherry should pay attention to some customers will think of a small piece of net, cover a tree, prefer a small size type of net, cherries and other fruits bear the bird is relatively serious, cherry The price is high, and sometimes it will cause the farmers to have no grain.
The fruits produced in Japan mainly include citrus, apples, pears, grapes, and “rich” persimmons. According to the statistics of the Japan Agricultural Association, the area of pear fruit in Japan in 1999 was 16,900 hm2, the output was 390,400 tons, and the market volume was 361,300 tons. The main producing areas of which are larger than 1000hm2 are Tottori, Ibaraki, Chiba, Fukushima and Nagano; the counties with a yield of more than 10,000t include Chiba, Tottori, Ibaraki, Nagano, Fukushima, Tochigi, Saitama, Fukuoka, Kumamoto and Aichi.
There are a large number of birds in Japan, and the fruit is severely eaten. In order to avoid birds, the bird-proof net is installed around the pear garden and the birds cannot fly into the pear orchard. The Japanese airport also uses the bird-proof net. Under normal circumstances, the flight just takes off or It is most likely to be hit by a bird strike when landing. Because the flying height of common birds such as sparrows and pigeons is mostly below 100 meters. When the flight flies to an altitude of 800-1000 meters, there may be encounters with hawks or vultures, resulting in relatively large losses.

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