Veggiemesh Insect Mesh Netting

Protect your vegetables against insects, rabbits and weather. This insect netting will last 7-10 years.

Veggiemesh Insect Mesh Netting
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Ref: EM001
{Description}This insect mesh netting, Veggiemesh® will protect your crops against cabbage root fly, carrot fly, cabbage white butterfly, pea moth, leek moth, cutworm, onion fly, leaf minors and many other insect pests.

Veggiemesh will also protect against birds, rabbits, wind and hail. Cover crops as soon as you plant them and leave covered until harvest for bigger better crops free from insect damage.

The mesh size is 1.35 x 1.35mm.

Available by the running metre just pop number of metres required in quantity box, it will come in one piece.
{Pests which are Kept Out}
Veggiemesh will protect your crops against cabbage root fly, carrot fly, cabbage white butterfly, pea moth, leek moth, cutworm, onion fly, leaf minors and many other insect pests. Veggiemesh will also protect against birds, rabbits, wind and hail.

Cover cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, sprouts, turnips, swedes, radish, carrot, parsnip, celery, spinach, parsley, onions, leeks, peas, lettuce and all types of oriental vegetables. Strawberries, raspberries and currants

Veggiemesh will last for years, giving you bumper pest free crops for many seasons.
{Frequently Asked Questions Veggiemesh}

If I buy by the running metre how will it arrive?
Buying by the running metre allows you to purchase the exact length required. If you order 'by the metre' it will come in one length folded, not beautifully, but folded.

Can I Cut Veggiemesh?

Yes, just use sharp scissors it will not fray.

What is a cabbage white butterfly?
The cabbage white butterfly is a butterfly with small black markings on their wings. The larger cabbage white butterfly will lay their eggs in batches on the leaves of brassica.

What do cabbage white butterflies eat?
While the adults will not do any damage do vegetables, like cabbages. The larvae of the cabbage white butterfly will feed and damage plants. If left unprotected the cabbage white butterfly can destroy entire brassica yields.

What Options for Getting Rid of Cabbage White Butterflies?
Aside from removing the eggs by hand, which can be difficult to spot, the best way to prevent cabbage white butterflies from laying eggs on your cabbages is to protect them with Veggiemesh®.

Veggiemesh® insect netting will prevent the cabbage white butterfly from laying eggs on any of your brassicas, whilst still allowing air and sunlight to reach the crops.


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