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What are the benefits of having an anti-pollination net.

What are the benefits of having an anti-pollination net.

Citrus Pollination

Pollination is crucial for any plant as it leads to the production of seeds and fruits. The exchange of pollen serves the function of reproduction, playing a vital role in sustaining life on Earth. Seed formation is critical for fruit reproduction, requiring pollen transfer from the anthers, or male parts of a flower, to the stigmas, the female parts, either within the same plant or to another.

a closer shot of citrus tree
Bees are one of the main pollinators.

Bees are highly effective pollinating insects; each bee collects enough pollen for its own food and the needs of its colony. In a single day, a bee can visit thousands of flowers of the same species. Collecting nectar also pollen, spreading pollen grains endlessly across all flowers.

Cross-Pollination

The cross-pollination involves the transfer of pollen from one plant to another, necessary when male and female sexes are on the same plant, such as in melons. Or when they appear at different times during a plant’s flowering period, like avocados.

Cross-pollination, especially in citrus fruits, can pose a problem as it leads to seed formation. To produce high-quality seedless oranges and mandarins with higher production value, preventing seed formation is crucial. If orange farmers choose to grow an orange tree from seeds. It may not bear fruit for up to 10 years, and the tree would be vulnerable to diseases.

Anti-Pollination Net in a field
In the marketplace, seedlessness is a highly paid characterization.

Grafted trees are more resilient than “natural” trees, as rootstocks are selected based on their resistance to cold, heat, and various diseases (local and universal). According to an experiment, orange trees completely isolated from bees yielded production equivalent to 35% of normal production.

Anti-Pollination Net: Benefits

Anti-pollination net is design to provide coverage that prevents pollination, favoring seedless fruit production. By preventing seed formation, fruits in high demand in the market are obtain, resulting in better quality, longer shelf life, and higher commercial value. Seedless fruit has shown excellent market response both nationally and internationally during a phase of productive and commercial expansion.

ABEMALLA® mesh is an affordable solution to counter cross-pollination, especially in seedless citrus production. The required investment is minimal, considering the mesh’s 10-year lifespan. With ABEMALLA®, natural prevention is achieve without the use of pesticides or genetic modifications. It also prevents disease transmission spread by insects.

tree protectecd by anti polination mesh
ABEMALLA® netting is characterized by being the best at keeping pollinators out of your crop.

Additionally, it provides some protection against sunburn and reduces evapotranspiration, resulting in less moisture and water loss through transpiration. Thus, plants require less watering. To prevent undesire cross-pollination between species, protective meshes against bees and other pollinating insects are apply.

  • It protects against sunburn (to a certain extent) and reduces evaporation.
  • It guards against disease transmission spread by insects.
  • Most citrus fruits are self-pollinating plants and therefore do not require insects.
  • The anti-pollination net prevents bees from pollinating seedless oranges, mandarins, and similar fruits.
  • It can be combine with non-woven INVERNAVELO® fabric to control temperature, particularly protecting plants from low temperatures during the night or cold seasons.
  • ABEMALLA® anti-pollination net enhances productivity by facilitating insect-mediated pollination.
  • It is made of high-density polyethylene, making it sturdy and highly flexible.

Fill out the form below to let us know your questions or comments:

Citrus Pollination

Pollination is crucial for any plant as it leads to the production of seeds and fruits. The exchange of pollen serves the function of reproduction, playing a vital role in sustaining life on Earth. Seed formation is critical for fruit reproduction, requiring pollen transfer from the anthers, or male parts of a flower, to the stigmas, the female parts, either within the same plant or to another.

a closer shot of citrus tree
Bees are one of the main pollinators.

Bees are highly effective pollinating insects; each bee collects enough pollen for its own food and the needs of its colony. In a single day, a bee can visit thousands of flowers of the same species. Collecting nectar also pollen, spreading pollen grains endlessly across all flowers.

Cross-Pollination

The cross-pollination involves the transfer of pollen from one plant to another, necessary when male and female sexes are on the same plant, such as in melons. Or when they appear at different times during a plant’s flowering period, like avocados.

Cross-pollination, especially in citrus fruits, can pose a problem as it leads to seed formation. To produce high-quality seedless oranges and mandarins with higher production value, preventing seed formation is crucial. If orange farmers choose to grow an orange tree from seeds. It may not bear fruit for up to 10 years, and the tree would be vulnerable to diseases.

Anti-Pollination Net in a field
In the marketplace, seedlessness is a highly paid characterization.

Grafted trees are more resilient than “natural” trees, as rootstocks are selected based on their resistance to cold, heat, and various diseases (local and universal). According to an experiment, orange trees completely isolated from bees yielded production equivalent to 35% of normal production.

Anti-Pollination Net: Benefits

Anti-pollination net is design to provide coverage that prevents pollination, favoring seedless fruit production. By preventing seed formation, fruits in high demand in the market are obtain, resulting in better quality, longer shelf life, and higher commercial value. Seedless fruit has shown excellent market response both nationally and internationally during a phase of productive and commercial expansion.

ABEMALLA® mesh is an affordable solution to counter cross-pollination, especially in seedless citrus production. The required investment is minimal, considering the mesh’s 10-year lifespan. With ABEMALLA®, natural prevention is achieve without the use of pesticides or genetic modifications. It also prevents disease transmission spread by insects.

tree protectecd by anti polination mesh
ABEMALLA® netting is characterized by being the best at keeping pollinators out of your crop.

Additionally, it provides some protection against sunburn and reduces evapotranspiration, resulting in less moisture and water loss through transpiration. Thus, plants require less watering. To prevent undesire cross-pollination between species, protective meshes against bees and other pollinating insects are apply.

  • It protects against sunburn (to a certain extent) and reduces evaporation.
  • It guards against disease transmission spread by insects.
  • Most citrus fruits are self-pollinating plants and therefore do not require insects.
  • The anti-pollination net prevents bees from pollinating seedless oranges, mandarins, and similar fruits.
  • It can be combine with non-woven INVERNAVELO® fabric to control temperature, particularly protecting plants from low temperatures during the night or cold seasons.
  • ABEMALLA® anti-pollination net enhances productivity by facilitating insect-mediated pollination.
  • It is made of high-density polyethylene, making it sturdy and highly flexible.

Fill out the form below to let us know your questions or comments:

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