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Note: We are offering these supports at a reduced price because our quality inspection team found surface defects in the powder coating, such as areas with a thin or uneven coat, chips, rough patches or paint drips. These cosmetic imperfections do not affect the function or durability of these supports, since they are made with galvanized steel underneath the powder coating to resist rust. Sold as is.
Everybody loves fresh peas, but supporting them with poles, twine and netting can be a hassle. Our sturdy pea trellis is an easy solution. Each trellis has eight hinged panels with big 8" grids. Simply zig-zag the panels through your row of peas and push them into the ground (add a stake on each end in windy locations). Total length 9'-8" by 64" high installed. Trellises fold for easy off-season storage. Reusable year after year, and they can also support tomatoes as well as cucumbers and other vining crops.
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Practical and Versatile
By The compost lady
from Livonia, MI
I use 6' fence posts on each end of these and even the wildest summer storms don't shift them. It is easy to pick the produce and the vines are well supported. I like the versatility of being able to use single or multiple panels depending on the space I have available, but sometimes I misplace the joining rods when I have the panels apart. There are little spurs where the sections hinge, and I have caught clothing and body parts on them a few times! Overall I love these pea fences. They help me maximize production in my little yard. I expect to buy more of them!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Too soon to tell
from Alexandria, VA
Since I just purchased the trellis this fall, I won't be able to give it an accurate review until next year. However, it seems sturdy and with the helpful hints from other reviewers, I hope for success.
One bit of advice: Add the additonal height you feel will be needed before the vine gets to the top of the first section or you'll be wrestling with healthy vine growth spurts
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did it myself
from upstate, ny
I grow 6'snap peas which usually grow over most fences and fall over. this trellis supported them with some tieing and reinforcement rods required and held up. I was able to put it up and take it down myself which is a big plus.
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