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Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4

Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4

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$36.95

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Exclusive | Tall Stakes Support Your Netting Over Plants

  • 6' high stakes let you suspend netting over plants
  • Netting protects plants from birds, rabbits, deer and other wildlife
  • Bird netting sold separately
  • Set of 4 stakes

Instead of laying protective netting on top of plants, suspend it over them using these sturdy stakes. At 6' high, they're tall enough to protect large plants like blueberries. Use them in raised beds or in-ground gardens. The stakes come in three sections that fit together without tools. Secure the netting at the bottom with Earth Staples, sold separately. Netting sold separately.

Product Details

  • Powder-coated steel
  • 1/2" in diameter x 72" H each
  • Disk: 2-1/2" in diameter
  • Ball: 3/4" sphere
  • Netting sold separately

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Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4
 
4.5

(based on 17 reviews)

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5.0

solution for deer

By Susie

from Kalamazoo MI

Verified Buyer

Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

I haven't put up the Protection Stakes for Netting, yet; too cold here. However, they are the best possible solution for keeping deer and maybe other critters out of my flower gardens.

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4.0

Seem like they will do the trick

By Avid Rabid Gardener

from Michigan where the deer roam!

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • tall enough for tall plants
  • wont snag bird netting,

Cons

  • a bit lightweight

Best Uses

    Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

    We have a herd of deer that decimate things- so use bird netting around things we dont want them munching. - like protecting arbovitae in the winters.
    Many plants can be tall, so it presents a problem getting stakes tall enough. We have used tall ugly green stakes before, 6' rebar- but they snag the bird netting. These are a good idea- with the round disc on the top & screw in round 'ball" wont snag or tear the bird netting and offer the height we need. Poles come in 3 pieces with a pointed end on the bottom. They are not overly sturdy like a rebar, but are not meant to hold a great weight. We are just installing them now over where some of our fancy tall lilies will grow up & I hope they work well

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Sturdy and versatile

    By Jill

    from Colorado Springs

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    Pros

    • sturdy, well made

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • securely placing netting over small fruit shrubs

      Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

      I have only just bought these for next spring when I plan to use them to cover currants, saskatoons and raspberries. They are sturdily made, come in three sections so can be used as 4-foot poles as well as 6 and should make covering the bushes to the ground easier, as well as easier to harvest. They may also work for my young cherry trees. I bought 2 sets and they come very well packaged.

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      5.0

      These are soooo easy to deal with.

      By Rad

      from Napa, CA

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      Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

      I wish that they came in smaller sizes as well. I use two and made a pup tent for seedlings to keep the deer and rabbit out. It took about 10 minutes!

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      (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      A few things not mentioned in other reviews.

      By John

      from Groton, MA

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      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • netting supports

          Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

          First, this is a close-up picture. These things are actually much smaller than then look here--only maybe 1-1/2" across at the top and the shaft is about 1/2" hollow. The three stars is because of the over-packaging. 4 metal stakes packaged in a box, each wrapped in a cardboard sheet heavily taped, each surrounded by a cable tie, each wrapped in a plastic bag heavily taped. Took 10 minutes to open it up. Really unnecessary. These appear to be well made once you finally get them open.

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          4.0

          very practical

          By catwomen

          from Pine Ridge, SD

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          Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

          I use these stakes to raise the netting over my chicken coop yard. The netting is to keep hawks and other predators out.
          My only complaint has been how very long it takes between order and delivery. MONTHS!!!

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          5.0

          Protection stakes for netting

          By Lynee

          from Lynnwood

          Verified Buyer

          Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

          This morning I got to see how the net protected my blueberries plants by being consumed by the birds.
          Great job!

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          4.0

          good product

          By catwomen

          from Pine Ridge SD

          Verified Buyer

          Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

          The only problem with these net stakes is that for some reason they're back ordered until August. The first set I ordered actually arrived several weeks after I placed the order, but this second set is taking a lot longer - probably until the August back date. Not sure why this is so. Very inconvenient!!

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          5.0

          Great product

          By Rbc31

          from Felton Delaware

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          Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

          Love the concept of holding up the net and keeping it in place

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          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Wish you'd has this YEARS ago!

          By RKR7

          from Madison, WI

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Easy to
          • Easy to assemble
          • Work great with my elevated raised beds

          Cons

          • Don't work with fabric blankets--rips in winds

          Best Uses

          • Holding up bird netting to keep squirrels out
          • Holding up shade cloth in the hot summer

          Comments about Protection Stakes for Netting, Set of 4:

          As the summers get hotter due to climate change and my productivity has gone down from the heat (Wisconsin!), I rigged something up a couple years ago to hold up my aluminet shade cloth. It took me a good couple hours to get it up, but made such a difference. No leaf wilt even in the hottest times of July and August. This year, thanks to your wonderful poles, I got it up in 15 minutes. I use two of your 2 x 8 elevated raised beds, side-by-side that sit on a cement slab next to my patio (I use a walker now). Used two 1/2-inch strap brackets that I screwed into 4 corners of my set-up so I only needed one set of poles for the shade cloth to cover them both. LOVE THEM!!!

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