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What are the Benefits of Anti Pollination Netting?

What are the Benefits of Anti Pollination Netting?

Pollination in Citrus.

Pollination is fundamental for any plant, no matter what type of seed or fruit that it might produce.  Since the interchange of pollen has the function of reproduction, it is of vital importance for the maintenance of life on earth.  Seed formation is very important in the reproduction of fruits.  In order for plant reproduction to take place, pollen needs to be transport from the anthers (male parts of a flower) to the stigmas (female parts), be it on the same plant or two different plants.

Orange  tree
Bees are one of the primary agents of pollination.

Bees are highly efficient insect pollinators.  Each bee gathers a sufficient amount of pollen for its own diet and also for the needs of its colony.  In a single work day, a bee can visit thousands of flowers of the same species, gathering their nectar and pollen, and spreading pollen grains endlessly throughout all the flowers.

Cross pollination.

Cross pollination is the transportation of pollen from one plant to another.  This is necessary when male and female parts are find on the same plant, such as melons, and also when these have different flowering periods on the same plant., such as avocados.

Cross pollination, especially in the case of citrus, can be a problem in that it causes the formation of seeds.  Producing high-quality, seedless oranges and mandarins yields greater returns for production value.   If orange growers decide to grow an orange tree from seed, it will probably be at least 10 years before the resulting tree can bear fruit.  And this tree will be susceptible to plant diseases.

Pollination
The lack of seeds is a trait for which there is a substantial market premium.

Grafted trees are more robust than “natural” trees, since rootstock has been select for resistance to cold, heat, and various diseases (both local and global).  The results from one experiment were that oranges, which were completely seal off from bees, produced 35% of normal yield.

The benefits of bee netting.

Anti pollination netting is design to be a covering that prevents pollination and encourages the production of seedless fruits.  Thus, by preventing the formation of seeds, fruit is obtain which has high market demand.  The resulting fruit is regard as having higher quality, and it has a longer shelf life and greater commercial value.  During a period of growth in production and of market expansion, seedless fruit has good market response domestically and internationally. 

Bee netting
ABEMALLA®® netting is characterized by being the best way to keep pollinators out of your crop.

In addition, a degree of protection against sunburn is achieve and evapotranspiration is reduce, which results in less loss of water and moisture by transpiration. 

Thus, the plants require less irrigation.  In order to avoid undesired cross pollination within species. The choice needs to be make to install protective netting to keep out bees and other pollinating insects.

It should be remember that:

  • ABEMALLA®® protects (at least to a degree) against sunburn and reduces evaporation.
  • ABEMALLA®® protects against the transmission of diseases that are spread by insects.
  • The majority of citrus fruits are self-pollinating and, therefore, do not need insects
  • Anti pollination netting serves for preventing bees from pollinating seedless oranges, mandarins, and other such citrus.
  • ABEMALLA®® can be used in combination with   INVERNAVELO®® (a non-woven fabric) for temperature control.  It works particularly well for protecting plants from overnight low temperatures and cold snaps.
  • ABEMALLA®® insect netting increases productivity by encouraging insect-borne pollination.
  • ABEMALLA®® is made of high-density polyethylene which makes it both rugged and flexible.

Pollination in Citrus.

Pollination is fundamental for any plant, no matter what type of seed or fruit that it might produce.  Since the interchange of pollen has the function of reproduction, it is of vital importance for the maintenance of life on earth.  Seed formation is very important in the reproduction of fruits.  In order for plant reproduction to take place, pollen needs to be transport from the anthers (male parts of a flower) to the stigmas (female parts), be it on the same plant or two different plants.

Orange  tree
Bees are one of the primary agents of pollination.

Bees are highly efficient insect pollinators.  Each bee gathers a sufficient amount of pollen for its own diet and also for the needs of its colony.  In a single work day, a bee can visit thousands of flowers of the same species, gathering their nectar and pollen, and spreading pollen grains endlessly throughout all the flowers.

Cross pollination.

Cross pollination is the transportation of pollen from one plant to another.  This is necessary when male and female parts are find on the same plant, such as melons, and also when these have different flowering periods on the same plant., such as avocados.

Cross pollination, especially in the case of citrus, can be a problem in that it causes the formation of seeds.  Producing high-quality, seedless oranges and mandarins yields greater returns for production value.   If orange growers decide to grow an orange tree from seed, it will probably be at least 10 years before the resulting tree can bear fruit.  And this tree will be susceptible to plant diseases.

Pollination
The lack of seeds is a trait for which there is a substantial market premium.

Grafted trees are more robust than “natural” trees, since rootstock has been select for resistance to cold, heat, and various diseases (both local and global).  The results from one experiment were that oranges, which were completely seal off from bees, produced 35% of normal yield.

The benefits of bee netting.

Anti pollination netting is design to be a covering that prevents pollination and encourages the production of seedless fruits.  Thus, by preventing the formation of seeds, fruit is obtain which has high market demand.  The resulting fruit is regard as having higher quality, and it has a longer shelf life and greater commercial value.  During a period of growth in production and of market expansion, seedless fruit has good market response domestically and internationally. 

Bee netting
ABEMALLA®® netting is characterized by being the best way to keep pollinators out of your crop.

In addition, a degree of protection against sunburn is achieve and evapotranspiration is reduce, which results in less loss of water and moisture by transpiration. 

Thus, the plants require less irrigation.  In order to avoid undesired cross pollination within species. The choice needs to be make to install protective netting to keep out bees and other pollinating insects.

It should be remember that:

  • ABEMALLA®® protects (at least to a degree) against sunburn and reduces evaporation.
  • ABEMALLA®® protects against the transmission of diseases that are spread by insects.
  • The majority of citrus fruits are self-pollinating and, therefore, do not need insects
  • Anti pollination netting serves for preventing bees from pollinating seedless oranges, mandarins, and other such citrus.
  • ABEMALLA®® can be used in combination with   INVERNAVELO®® (a non-woven fabric) for temperature control.  It works particularly well for protecting plants from overnight low temperatures and cold snaps.
  • ABEMALLA®® insect netting increases productivity by encouraging insect-borne pollination.
  • ABEMALLA®® is made of high-density polyethylene which makes it both rugged and flexible.

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