Surround gardens with this super-tough polyethylene fencing to protect plants from hungry rabbits and other animal pests. A welcome alternative to metal fencing, it's just as effective yet much easier to handle — and it won't corrode or rust. You'll find dozens of other uses for it, too, including tree guards, trellising, and leaf barriers for gutters. 1/2" mesh. 25' roll will enclose a 4' x 8' bed.
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Very tough product!
By Gardener Jim
from Santee, CA
Comments about Chew-Proof Hardware Net, 3' x 25' Chew-Proof Hardware Net, 3’ x 25’:
Our son and his wife recently purchased a home in a rugged rural setting with critters galore. Since she is anxious to get her winter vegetables started, we gifted her with this pest resistant fencing. When we opened it we found it to be as described, extremely sturdy and unlikely to let anything get through, especially when purchased with accessories -- but that's another review.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Gardener's is the Greatest Garen Supply Company!
By Michele the Ski Bum
from Dracut, MA
I used this Chew -Proof fence to keep rabbits and woodchucks out of my garden, it is the greatest!!! I buy all my garden needs from Gardener's Supp;y Company only.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
I would buy this product again!
from Boston, MA
We've put this netting around our younger plants and it's prevented the rabbits from gnawing on them. We did have to purchase sturdier metal stakes from another source. It would be great if Gardner's Supply could offer them in the future.
from West Hartford CT
Use this to protect strawberries and blueberries from squirrels and chipmunks, and parsley and lettuce from the rabbits. I previously used a mesh nylon netting which they always were able to chew holes in. Not this year! Used this hardware net around the perimeter of the garden.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
I have purchased this product again.
By String bean
from St. Paul, MN
I used the product to protect my vegetables from rabbits and other animals.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Would Give Zero if I Could
Bought three packages of this to enclose three raised beds. It has been chewed through three times, most recently causing our plants to be eaten since they're at the point of producing vegetables. I am very disappointed. DO NOT BUY!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We're sorry for your disappointment with the hardware net. We guarantee our products 100% and are happy to stand behind that promise. We're unable to find your account with the information provided, though, so please call our friendly customer service staff at 1-800-876-5520 so we can make this right!
working for me
By Not a rabbit fan
from Belmont, MA
I live in a urban/suburban area where a drop in coyotes has meant an increase in rabbits. Last year I only got one strawberry from my bed (about 5 x5) so I wanted to try something minimal to see if I could at least get a handful this year. This netting worked great for year - have to give strawberries away (the squirrels and birds take a modest amount but I'm willing to share since they don't devour everything in front of them like the bunnies). I had some skinny bamboo sticks I could weave through the netting to hold it up, but it would be nice to have the posts shown in the ad.
Great for gardens and gutters
By Sun Fox
from Fairfield IA
Lightweight but sturdy, easy to cut and configure.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Working to keep the animals out
from Maple Grove, MN
Hoping to keep the animals out, so far it is working.
from Madison, Wi
Looking forward to the berries that the rabbits ate last year. Looks like it's durable to use multiple years.
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