Garden row covers protect transplants from cold temperatures and chilly winds, so you can set plants out in the garden weeks earlier in spring. You’ll be amazed at how much faster plants grow — which means an earlier harvest! The top is made from mesh to allow warm air to escape, preventing overheating, and it also lets water in. Made from durable, reinforced greenhouse fabric. Sets up in seconds; flattens for easy off-season storage. Loops at the base let you anchor it to the ground with Earth Staples, sold separately.
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from Scappoose, or
Comments about : Row Shelter Accelerator:
I am using it on my floating home deck. I have a raised bed approximately three feet off the deck. I am using it right now to protect my winter garden.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great season extender for veggies!
By Carol NM
from Tijeras, NM
Currently (late October in the mountains east of Albuquerque, New Mexico) I am using these to cover my fall lettuce, spinach, chard plantings and to extend the season for my summer squash. They are working great given that we have already had several hard freezes this year. I plan to use them again in the Spring to get a jump start on some long season veggies.They are easily assembled/disassembled; store flat for out-of-season; easily watered through mesh top.
When the cold weather hits, use this!
from Bend OR
This has extended my lettuce and herb beds by over a month of growing! Love it!
By Just Learning to Grow My Own Veggies
from Welches, OR
Product fits my raised beds like it was custom made and is currently extending the fall season for my cool weather crops.
By Happy Gardener
Acts as a mini greenhouse. Protects young plants from strong winds and heavy rains. Love this product! would recommend to anyone.
By Cat Lady
from Des Moines, IA
I haven't gotten a chance to use these yet, since I bought them a little early/late. However, when I pulled them out of the box, they were REALLY easy to set up and I can hardly wait to use them!
from UpState NY
I own several of these row covers. They are wonderful. Not only keeps critters away but offers protection from cool nights.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Flimsy in Several Ways
from Boston area
Good old Chinese manufacturing rears its ugly head, i.e., zippers tough then the zipper tabs are so soft and flimsy they break off so you have to hold the zipper itself. Tears at corners on siding material that I actually like as it insulates well. I do have several but I long for better seams and zippers.
Merchant response: We're sorry that you have been disappointed with this product. We guarantee our products 100% and are happy to stand behind that promise. We have reached out to you so we can make this right.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from Jericho, VT
I use the tomato/pepper accelerators and love them! I was excited about getting/using the row accelerators and bought 4 of them. I was shocked and very disappointed when I went to use them this year.I zipped them up the plastic tore away from the zipper , mostly at the ends and one on the long side (see pic), on 3 of the 4 I bought! I had only used them once the previous year and had stored them inside over the winter. I tried to fix them with no luck. What a waste of $.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Vancouver, Canada
I bought this to protect beets and spinach from leaf miner insects. I was also curious to see if it really would speed up the growth - well, it definitely did. I was eating my first beets at the end of July! Normally they are not ready until late August. I highly recommend them for people in cooler areas like mine (the Pacific Northwest coast).
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