Bird nets are very effective in preventing the entry of most pests, but it has several disadvantages. For starters, the mesh is wide enough that most insects can pass through it. Then there is the problem of tangles. If you have ever tried to cover thorny thorn berries, such as boysenberries and other members of the family, you will be familiar with the annoying experience of thorny thorn sticks tangling in the net, and even worse, Eventually it will be tangled through the net. Even some branches are tangled with bird nets, which is really frustrating. Fortunately, there is a simple solution-we can use a finer mesh net, the so-called insect barrier net.
The extremely fine insect netting can prevent branches from piercing or growing through the holes. Therefore, even if it is stinged or twisted, it is easy to entangle on the wider bird net, so the net is easy to hang on trees and plants. As the name suggests, this finer mesh net keeps insects out-all insects, including pollinators such as bees. This is certainly not a problem, please think twice. When the flowers are blooming, why do you need to purify fruits with trees and vegetables (such as tomatoes)? Once the flowers start to turn into fruits, use leafy greens and winter brassicas to reticulate them when they are seedlings so that there is no food to eat when they grow and they do not need to be pollinated.