Raising squash, cucumbers and other fruiting vines up off the ground produces a healthier, cleaner and more bountiful crop — not to mention the suspended fruit don't develop a flattened side due to ground contact. But don't try this tactic unless you have a super-strong support to hold your crop, like this Titan A-Frame Trellis. Its polyethylene-coated steel framework and durable nylon netting can support up to 26 lbs. of jumbo-sized squash, cukes and more. Plus there are no delicate ties to weaken, since the A-frame incorporates ingenious clips that make the system even more rigid. Better yet, it sets up in minutes and the strong nylon netting lasts for years.
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space saving for a urban backyard garden
This product helps me make the most of my urban backyard garden.
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from Pearland TX
Was easy to assemble as my 8 yr old grandson helped me. Unit is tall enough hopefully to contain my cucumbers as we will soon find out as they are already planted. Purchased this to hopefully make it easier to see the cucumbers instead of rumaging thru the plant itself and missing some.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
from Central Illinois
It's a good size for my small garden. Folds together for storage. Well made.
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Easy to assemble
from Millsboro, Delaware
Great trellis for my cucumbers. Will be easy to reach cucumbers without bending and stretching too much. Easier on the back.
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I would buy this product again.
from Princeton, KS
Am planning to use this for supporting my green egg zucchini and golden egg summer squash. It looks like it should work great for that purpose. Can't wait for planting time.
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