Fruit Shield Crop Protection Products

​  Very tightly woven material - Protect crops individually or all-in-one - Shield your beautiful vineyards - Minimize the use of pesticides with Fruit Shield

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​This lightweight and durable mesh laundry bag can be used for laundry, camping or storage.
Perfect for dorm or apartment living!
Store and carry your laundry with ease using this roomy 100% PE mesh laundry bag with a drawstring closure, or hang it on your wall.
 It is an ideal option for a large family, with an extra capacity to store laundry. 

  • This gardener enthusiast used mesh netting to protect their strawberry garden from hungry birds and bugs. They draped and suspended the netting with wire hoops.


  • The small exotic fruit tree was covered with mesh netting. The gardener then added more support (due to the fragile branches) by supporting the netting with flex poly pipe.
What an attractive and clever DIY project!

This user made an esthetically pleasing mosquito net.

Now you can utilize our bags for your fish catching needs!

Take these bags with you when you go FISHING!

These are heavy duty bags that are great for keeping your catch.

​These bags can also be used as seafood product storage for fish, clams, mussels, and oysters.




Check out these multiuse DIY (do-it-yourself) projects!

Our netting can be used for custom plant and tree protection, as well as for crafts and other uses. Some merchants and consumer customers have bought our durable material in bulk to make special durable shopping bags, recycling bags, laundry bags, fish catch bags, netting boxes/cages for butterfly farms, storm drain clog-preventers, and have used our material to make custom enclosures for their stocked goldfish/koi ponds in the prevention of keeping birds and other prey away.


Professional agriculture cannot ignore a natural instrument such as pollination of fruit plants, vegetables and forage that can be controlled through pollinating insects. California has been netting oranges to protect against cross-pollination by bees since 2008.