microclima

Hi I was wondering if anyone knew where to obtain this horticultura
film which is sometimes called " microclima". It's a material which yo cover plants with which lets in light and rain but protects from bird etc. thx
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Sounds like just another brand name for a generic idea called floating row covers. They've been around for years. Do a google search for "garden floating row cover" and you'll find plenty of sources, like this one:
http://www.planetnatural.com/site/floating-row-cover.html
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JoeSpareBedroom;764496 Wrote:

the problem i am having is that the material i bought many years ag called "microclima" from italy is a woven heavy duty material. th bonded spun row covers i am seeing on the internet are the type o material i invested in last year and is so lightweight it rips an tears easily. it is non-woven. thx
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I made covers a few years ago using window screen attached to arch-shaped fence wire tunnels. Very durable, and it never rips.
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