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Controlling problem birds with mist nets. Responsible attitude essential

Deciduous Fruit Grower 40(2): 45-47
Controlling problem birds with mist nets. Responsible attitude essential
In the system of grape protection described, fine nylon nets, about 12-m long, are strung between vertical poles in vineyards, on flight paths used by birds approaching or leaving.

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