HDPE Anti-Bird Net

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  • Place of Origin:Shandong, China (Mainland)

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Reinforcement net for geomat;2) agricultural netting (anti-bird netting), the oriented size is 1-4cm,prevent all kinds of birds

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1) Reinforcement net for geomat;2) agricultural netting (anti-bird netting), the oriented size is 1-4cm,prevent all kinds of birds from destroying the agricultural products.3)It has the properties of good flexikility,high tensile strength,aging resistance,anti-errosion,etc.

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