Crops planted in an open field, possibly on trellises (berries, vines, fruit trees), or self supporting(trees, vegetables).
A green-house style structure, covered in porous shade-cloth for the sole purpose of provided shade for the contents.
A proprietary term for Netpro's specific brand of "quad", "hex" or “hail-net”; net woven in such a fashion as to have any number of single strands crossing over the holes woven in the nets; divides the original hole into smaller holes. The net size is still referred to by the original hole size ie 12mm Qnet means the main hole is 12mm wide from side to side.
Net or shadecloth placed over an item or plant for a short-term only; usually there is very little supporting structure other than the item or plant itself. Intended to be easily removed after it has served its purpose.
Cut and packaged in a pre-determined size; opposite of Cut to Order.
Net refers to a fabric that is woven so as to stretch in one or both directions; Shadecloth is a stable material (does not stretch).
A patented design involving a metallic spring-form which locks into a gutter, in order to secure fabric between the two parts. Please refer to our "Components" Product Sheet for an image of Clip-lock.
In this case, an underground mechanical device that fixes a cable or wire firmly in place and resists the tension placed on the cable.
Able to be pulled inwards, towards a center, or folded into a storable size or shape.
The pressure on fabric or a structure caused by winds of a certain stated speed