Antitrips netting designed to isolate crop areas, preventing the entry of disease-carrying insects , making it an excellent option for the protection of our crops. It is also installed as a barrier on doors, windows and greenhouse ventilation elements, as it allows air flow. The fabric has 20×10 threads per cm, its weight is 145 g/m2, which gives it a high density and resistance, a transverse pore size of 0.27mm and a longitudinal pore size of 0.77mm.


About the anti-strip netting


Insects against which it is effective

  • Aphids / Aphids
  • Hemisia tobacco
  • Whitefly
  • Thrips (small neopteran insects, sometimes called thrips, thrips or spider mites. They are usually brown or black).
  • Beetle


Crops in which it is usually used:

  • Tomato, pumpkin, watermelon
  • Bell pepper, cucumber, melon
  • Eggplant, floriculture


Advantages of using anti-strip netting

  • More environmentally friendly agriculture, as it reduces the use of phytosanitary products.
  • More economical and long-lasting method
  • Protects the entire crop
  • Prevents the spread of diseases and viruses
  • Allows 50% air circulation
  • Provides 20% shade
  • Acts as a windbreak

Recommendations for installing anti-strip netting

It should be installed completely covering the farm in the case of outdoor crops, supported and fastened to a structure.

To ensure maximum fabric life, it is important to protect the corners to prevent the mesh from rubbing against the structure.

It is important not to over-tension the mesh so that there are no over-tensions that subject the mesh to excessive stresses.
If the netting is removed because it is not necessary, it should be stored indoors and protected from the sun and atmospheric agents such as rain and wind.