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Cosio Micronet Crop & Frost Protection 2m x 10m

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Micronet is a premium knitted frost fabric used to protect plants & crops from rain, hail, frost & birds.

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Product overview

Micronet is a premium knitted frost fabric used to protect plants & crops from rain, hail, frost & birds.

Micronet creates a microclimate increasing plant growth and has a shade factor of 15%.

Easy to install with fabric button hole eyelets on the edges, this netting can be used over cloche or wooden frames.

With a 5 year Cosio warranty, this netting is made to last.

FEATURES:
• Micronet crop & frost protection
• Use over cloche or wooden frames
• Light hail protection
• Helps protect against birds
• Domestic & commercial use
• Creates a microclimate
• 80gsm, UV stabilised, knitted HDPE
• Natural colour
• Life expectancy 5+ years
• Shade factor 15% (+/- 5%)
• Fabric button hole eyelets on edges
• Trusted NZ brand since 1987
• 5 Year Cosio Warranty

SPECIFICATIONS:
Size: 2m x 10m
Material: 80gsm, UV stabilised, knitted HDPE
Shade factor: 15% (+/- 5%)
Colour: Natural

Product code: MCA210

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Great product, easy to use

This comes in a large size which is very handy for covering veges and fruit trees. It has stopped white butterflies from laying eggs on our veges this year. It let's some water through when it rains, but not a lot. It keeps the peach tree leaves dry so we have less leaf curl this year. Much easier to use than bird netting and I will be keeping it for next summer.

Gws Wellington