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|Material:||High Density Polyethylene-HDPE||Width:||1-10 M Or Customized|
|Length:||100 200 Meters And Customized Size||Color:||White, Crystal|
|Mesh Count:||20 Mesh 30 Mesh 40 Mesh 50 Mesh||Stock Size:||70g, 80g, 95g, 3m Width|
Overhead Netting, 25Mesh, 30Mesh, 40Mesh, 50Mesh, Insect Net:
Insect nets are an attractive option for African cabbage production. Cost: Benefit analysis of the use of insect nets and conventional insecticides.
Agricultural Anti-Insect net use to provide a physical eliminate of the insects and the nets also regulates the climate in which crops grow.
Thereby, the humidity of the soil can be increased under tropical conditions, and the quality and yield of the vegetables can be improved.
This report was analyzed during the production of cabbage in two production cycles in Kenya.
There were almost no significant differences in costs between unnetted and netted cabbage for the two production cycles.
The main different is the prices, the market number of cabbages and their size. Significantly increased production, which significantly increased net costs and protected net profit.
Insecticide costs significantly declined by 68%–95% when shifting from unnetted protection to netted protection and total operational and labor costs declined by 3%–40%. Insect net use generated threefold higher margins and an average 1:2.66 cost:benefit ratio compared to 1:1.58 for current practices. Overall, the netting technology displayed less variation for costs, yield, and cabbage quality than insecticides. The next step is to scale up the supply of marketed insect nets.
Contact Person: Colin Gong