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16 08, 2020

MEAT & LIVESTOCK

By |2020-08-16T14:54:27+10:00August 16th, 2020|0-LIVESTOCK-CANOPY, 0-NEWS|Comments Off on MEAT & LIVESTOCK

R & D QUANTIFIED SHADE AND SHELTER Two new research projects will examine the impacts of shade and shelter in commercial feedlots in southern production regions. Previous research has demonstrated shade effects on feedlot cattle performance in Queensland. A unique aspect of this research is it will examine the value proposition of covered housing systems which are increasing in popularity. The benefits of shade and shelter on feedlot cattle in temperate climates will be examined through two new research [...]

16 08, 2020

MLA VIDEO

By |2020-08-16T15:01:03+10:00August 16th, 2020|0-LIVESTOCK-CANOPY, 0-NEWS|Comments Off on MLA VIDEO

LIVESTOCK SHADING SHADE AND SHELTER MLA Grainfed R & D Insights video For the full article check out Meat and Livestock Australias's full article. CLICK HERE

22 07, 2020

NETTING DOLLARS

By |2020-07-22T07:58:23+10:00July 22nd, 2020|0-CROP-PROTECTION, 0-NEWS|Comments Off on NETTING DOLLARS

IMPRESSIVE OUTCOMES EXTENSIVE TRIALS "Continued observations and crop monitoring at two South Australian netted orchard trial sites at Loxton (apples) and Pyap (citrus) suggest there are numerous benefits to investing in permanent netting of tree crops. These benefits extend well beyond traditional crop protection benefits. Information and data being gathered include the effect netting has on mitigating hail damage, the incidence and effect of frost events, canopy structure and leaf area, fruitfulness, fruit quality and grade by variety. These [...]

15 07, 2020

GRANTS FOR NETTING

By |2020-07-15T20:38:21+10:00July 15th, 2020|0-CROP-PROTECTION, 0-NEWS|Comments Off on GRANTS FOR NETTING

FUNDING CROP PROTECTION FINANCIAL SUPPORT The netting grant program for South Australia is up and running. The grant will run until 30 June 2023 or when funding has been exhausted. Funding will also cover costs associated with the purchase and installation of protective netting incurred since 16 December 2019. For further information please give Lindsay a call on 07 4681 6628 or email lindsay@netprocanopies.com

26 02, 2020

BROKEN NETTING

By |2020-02-26T08:12:59+10:00February 26th, 2020|0-CROP-PROTECTION, 0-NEWS, 0-RETAIL-MAINTENANCE|Comments Off on BROKEN NETTING

PREVENTING NET DAMAGE FRAME GUARD TAPE Creating a protective canopy in the garden, can be a lot of fun, and certainly satisfying. Knowing you are protecting your latest seasons crops. When installing your net over timber, metal, or black poly-pipe, you will need a roll of Frame Guard tape. The tape will protect the fine netting from wear due to rubbing on the frame and from melting in the heat. Heat in the Australian summer is extremely harsh and [...]

29 01, 2020

ANTI INSECT NETTING

By |2020-01-29T14:37:52+10:00January 29th, 2020|0-CROP-PROTECTION, 0-NEWS, 0-RETAIL-MAINTENANCE|Comments Off on ANTI INSECT NETTING

MANAGING INSECTS 25 YEARS OF INSECT NETTING NetPro, started more than 25 years ago with hail and bird netting. During which the company researched and created insect netting for green houses and broad acre farming. The first generation of netting was designed to directly Cover Vegetables in an open field, with products such as Grow Shield, Vege Net and Horticultural Fleece. These products allow a micro climate to protect seedlings and also to allow plants to withstand frost. Transitioning [...]

26 11, 2019

INSECT SCREENS NETTING

By |2020-01-29T14:31:20+10:00November 26th, 2019|0-CROP-PROTECTION, 0-RETAIL-MAINTENANCE|Comments Off on INSECT SCREENS NETTING

INSECT NETTING SCREENS FOR GARDEN & GREENHOUSE Whilst not many Australian vegetable growers and flower growers have mesh in their greenhouses, the demand is increasing. Insect screen will be an essential part in the Integrated Pest Management and for pollination in gardens and greenhouses. On the one hand, the insect screen keeps in the biological controllers and on the other hand, pests are kept out. Care for polinators requires extra attention however. The climate is changing worldwide, and with [...]