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Re: [nafex] netting woes

del stubbs wrote:

> my conclusion from this discussion so far is that most inmportantly
> the
> netting not be bunched up on the ground, and perhaps the 1" coarse
> weave we
> have allows entrapment too easily. Thanks, Del

Here on the Oregon coast, the early blueberries will disappear by the
The later ones, like Elliot are not bothered very much and those are are
major harvest. Either the birds that like blueberries move on or they
grow tired of bb.
They don't bother the raspberries, kiwis, kerriberries or blackberies.
They do like cherries and figs.

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