Netting Fruit Trees badly could cost you $2500 in 2021

Many of us no doubt love our figs, apples, berries and all manner of the produce we nurture and covet from our gardens and our labours. So too does the wildlife that share our properties. Protecting your produce from their attention is perfectly valid of course - but let's do it in a way that minimises harm to them. New regulations come into force soon regarding netting.

In readiness for the new 2021 legislation, Agriculture Victoria has produced some guidelines for you so please take the time to read it and avoid the nasty experience of inadvertently trapping and and/or killing local wildlife - and be compliant. The link is here

See also the ABC article on the same thing here

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