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Why Gardeners should use the aviary net

Aviary net: Uses and Benefits

One of the benefits of cultivating crops is to have great yields at the end of the day. That’s what every gardener wants the best yield with little effort. But it turns out sometimes that crops do not get the freedom they deserve to grow and perform well. They are either attacked by insect pests, diseases or birds. However, there are ways gardeners can prevent their crops from attack. Many gardens who have tried using the method achieved tremendous results. If your garden is under possible attack by birds, there are ways you can prevent it from happening. Aviary net is great for containing small birds as well as birds of prey. The spacing between these nets is tight enough to prevent smaller sized birds from passing through. Birds cause significant damage to crops when they attack the fruits in the garden. A whole garden can be lost to bird attack in just a couple of weeks. Birds reduce the quality of fruits leaving the gardener with little or nothing. At harvest, the gardener may only be left with a few good fruits to harvest.  Protecting crops from bird attack using Aviary net is not only effective but has several advantages. It allows the gardener to secure their crops from seedling stage to harvest and also increase yield. People plant crops on a commercial scale to earn more profit. And successful gardening operations can be measured by the profit made which is basically the yield at harvest time. Fruits that are still whole that is those that have not been eaten by birds are priced higher than those already eaten by birds. So, to have more profit, it’s just a matter of protecting the fruits from bird attack.  Crops like tomato fruits need protection from birds. After staking, the gardener can use the aviary net especially in areas where a large population of birds usually comes to nest.

Things Gardeners should know about the Aviary net

The net helps to contain both small and large birds. The spacing of the net is tight enough to stop birds from passing through it. Another advantage of the net is that it is strong and long lasting. However, choosing the right net is important as there are different types and sizes of net available. Gardeners have to choose the net they feel can offer complete protection or according to recommendations from experts. The nets are not only strong but very easy to work with. A well-protected garden will lead to increased yield and better profit. This is why gardeners are advised to protect their crops from damages using the Aviary net. The net is sturdy and can prevent birds from having contact with crops and causing damage. It has also been used effectively in different parts of the world. The net is very flexible and installation is also very easy.

Hortomallas Hortomallas

HORTOMALLAS manufactures and markets crop support nettings (trellising and tutoring as alternatives to the raffia twine labor intensive traditional system) that increase crop quality. Our Mission is to: INCREASE VEGETABLE CROP YIELD AND PROFITABILITY TO ALL THOSE VEGETABLES THAT NEED TUTORING AND SUPPORT USING NETTING INSTEAD OF RAFFIA. Since 1994 we help professional growers and farmers improve their cucumber, tomatoes, melon, zucchini, bean, chile, peppers crops where trellises and supports are needed. HORTOMALLAS is the ideal system for cucurbitacea and solonacea to improve their phytosanitary conditions, while increasing the solar exposure and the brix degrees. Besides the obvious labor costs savings, the use of HORTOMALLAS increases the life span of the plant, allowing longer periods of harvests and of a greater quality. Call us, our crop specialists will help you with specialized attention in the Americas and the Iberian Peninsula!

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