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2 February 2023

What is important when buying a windbreak system?

What is important when buying a windbreak system?

As a fruit grower, in many cases it is necessary to have a windbreak along your orchard of, for example, a biodiverse hedge or black alder. This will break some of the wind and keep the first rows of trees in the lee of the windbreak.

Besides planting hedges, you also have the option of opting for a system. Here, it is important that the system is maintenance-friendly and easy to build. Which posts will you choose? How long can the system be? And how do you make it strong enough for the strong gusts of wind.

As FruitSecurity Holland, we have thought along and developed a standard system. Advantages of this are.

  1. Simple installation
  2. Unlimited length
  3. Good tensioning of windbreak netting
  4. Long lifespan
  5. Low maintenance costs

In addition to the advantages mentioned, you can choose the density of the windbreak mesh entirely as you wish. From 30% to 75% wind reduction as a result.


Do you have a specific request and are you interested in the system?
We will be happy to help you make the right choice. Call, send an e-mail or take a look at this page!


Rick Mudde - English

Rick Mudde

Product specialist fruit canopies

My mission is to help as many fruit growers as possible get a good harvest.

So that fruit damage can be prevented, no delivery problems occur, and fruit growers can harvest successfully!

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