Netting is a great way to protect your garden from animal and bird pests, but it also makes it harder for you to get to your plants. Net Claws are an efficient way to anchor your netting to the ground, while allowing easy access to plants. You can simply hook and unhook the netting, without having to remove any stakes or staples from the ground. This makes getting to your plants much quicker, and it also helps prevent damage to the netting. Use the Net Claws when your netting is suspended over your plants with a cage or hoops.
To use Net Claws, you insert the barbed stake fully into the ground. Use the tension of the net to hook it onto the teeth of the claw. When you need to access your plants, simply unhook the netting from the teeth. It only takes seconds to release a whole side of the netting. If you step on a Net Claw, the top part is designed to bend to prevent damage.