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Preparation and Application of Waterproof Polypropylene Nonwoven Fabrics for Grape Bagging

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Bags of nonwoven fabrics with good air or water permeability are widely used in fruit agriculture due to their porosity. However, vegetables or fruit in bags often rot, a problem caused by the water permeability of the bags in high-moisture environments. Therefore, to improve the water repellency of polypropylene (PP) nonwoven fabric bags for fruit, a water-repellent treatment was applied by the surface deposition of a film composed of a water-repellent agent and a crosslinking agent. The effect of the waterproof bags made of PP spun-bonded nonwoven fabric on the grape growth microenvironment was investigated. This study provided technical inspiration for the development of related plant protection products using nonwoven engineered after-treatments.
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Keywords: GRAPE BAGGING; MICROENVIRONMENTS; NONWOVENS; ORTHOGONAL EXPERIMENTS; POLYPROPYLENE; WATER REPELLENCY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2020

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