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Support your plants with nearly invisible netting that offers strong support all season long. Then, at the end of season, simply toss it, vines and all, into your compost pile. Avoids the hassle of removing plants from trellising. Ideal for peas and pole beans, as well as vining flowers like morning glories. 6’ wide by 36’ long; can be cut to size with scissors. 6" openings make harvesting easy. The biodegradable netting is made of plant-based materials; it will begin to break down four to eight months after being placed in an active compost pile. Speed of decomposition depends on temperature and moisture conditions.
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from Lancaster NH
Comments about : Biodegradable Trellis Netting:
Used as an invisible trellis for clematis and sweet peas. Like biodegradable quality, but found it a bit hard to lay out and cut it to fit the space.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Easy to Use
By C Boyer
from Naperville, IL
I'm using this in a fence for my clematis so I'm hoping that even though this is biodegradable that it will last at least a couple of years before I need to replace it. I purchased two because I needed about 38'. In the end, I only used one package and had about 3' remaining so the stated 36' may be a bit understated. I am a bit upset that I purchased these at full price and see now that they are marked nearly 60% off.
Not easy or invisible but works
By Rob the Reluctant Gardener
Not nearly invisible and not easy to work with, but it's good enough for our uses: stretched between fence posts and crossbars for vines to grow on, and for clematis to climb from ground to post.
Great trellis for your clematis
I didn't want to add another trellis in front of the house and this worked great. My clematis is climbing like crazy.
Biodegradable Trellis Netting
from Little Rock, AR
Using this for cucumbers, runner beans and long beans. Second year using it and it works great. Haven't had problems laying it out and putting it on my bamboo trellis supports. Just like anything else in gardening, a little patience is key.
from coastal Maine
It's not hard to put up if you're careful, nd it's a joy not to have to disentangle the pea vines at the end of the seaason.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Difficult to use
from St Paul Minnesota
It is impossible to roll out and apply to the trellis I also ordered. It gets tangled up too easily and really doesn't work or attach, as promised with the trellis.I wish I had taken the time to simply make my own trellis and support line. It would have saved me lots of money and aggravation.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We are sorry that you were not satisfied with your purchase! Gardener's Supply Company carries a 2 year 100% satisfaction guarantee on your order, please contact us at 800-876-5520 so that we may find a resolution for you. We have attempted to contact this customer to resolve the issue.
(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
Use netting? Use this
from Western Massachusetts
This particular netting relaxes into a rhombus, so bear that in mind when you take it out of the package and try to figure out what the heck you're looking at. Other reviewers complained that this was challenging to handle. It is, but so is the non-biodegradable netting--and that one makes you curse spring and fall, year after year. The two worst things about netting are getting it untangled and on the frame, and getting the pea and bean vines out of it at the end of the season. This biodegradable version eliminates the second hassle. The big advantage of netting over twine is that pea and bean vines are less reluctant to climb up it. Also, in spite of the handling issue, it's faster than knotting a hundred strands of twine. It's easier to handle netting on a windless day--the kind you never get in spring when you're trying to get the garden planted.
Should come on a roll
from Port Kent, NY
Too difficult to spread out and hang. Should come rolled on a tube.
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
a bit challenging
from charlottesville, va
too soon to see how well it functions, but it look like it will work well for peas
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