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Mesh and Netting

Plant protection netting is used to protect crops, fruit and plants from pests including birds, butterflies, mice, squirrels, rabbits and domestic pets.  Within our range,... read more

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Plant protection netting is used to protect crops, fruit and plants from pests including birds, butterflies, mice, squirrels, rabbits and domestic pets.  Within our range, we offer:

Some uses for netting and mesh for your garden:

One of the most common uses for mesh and netting in gardening is to protect plants from pests and animals. Pest netting, for example, can be used to keep out insects, birds, and small animals that might otherwise damage or consume plants. This type of netting is usually made of a fine mesh material that is difficult for pests to pass through, and can be used to cover individual plants or entire rows of crops.

Another common use for mesh and netting in gardening is to provide support for climbing plants. Trellis netting, for example, can be used to support climbing vegetables such as peas, beans, and tomatoes, helping them to grow upwards rather than spreading out horizontally. This type of netting is usually made of a more durable material, such as plastic or metal, and can be attached to a wall or other support structure to provide a stable foundation for the plants.

Plant protection netting is used to protect crops, fruit and plants from pests including birds, butterflies, mice, squirrels, rabbits and domestic pets.  Within our range, we offer:

Some uses for netting and mesh for your garden:

One of the most common uses for mesh and netting in gardening is to protect plants from pests and animals. Pest netting, for example, can be used to keep out insects, birds, and small animals that might otherwise damage or consume plants. This type of netting is usually made of a fine mesh material that is difficult for pests to pass through, and can be used to cover individual plants or entire rows of crops.

Another common use for mesh and netting in gardening is to provide support for climbing plants. Trellis netting, for example, can be used to support climbing vegetables such as peas, beans, and tomatoes, helping them to grow upwards rather than spreading out horizontally. This type of netting is usually made of a more durable material, such as plastic or metal, and can be attached to a wall or other support structure to provide a stable foundation for the plants.