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No more untangling vines from plastic netting at the end of the season! This all-natural
jute netting gives tough support all season, then goes right into the compost pile with plants. Ideal for peas and beans.
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Many uses for this netting. Vine support
from Lothian, MD
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about Biodegradable Netting:
Easy to set up this netting in the garden. I am 65 years old and enjoy getting more veggies from smaller spaces. This is a good way to do it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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About Me Avid Gardener, Getting Started
The website needs to list the size dimensions for this product. Without knowing how much was in one bundle, I ordered 3. One is plenty, for my 5'x6' A frame lattice - BOTH sides.
a little pricey and hope it lasts...
from long lakeny
This netting goes with the environment but is a little too pricey. Hope it lasts for another season
Great Durable Netting Won't Cut Plants
from Long Beach, CA
This is the best netting out there but, I am not convinced that it would desolve into compost. It is very thick, sturdy, and strong. It is so superior to most of the usual white plastic garbage you can buy at hardware stores. And, since it is thick, fuzzy and soft, it will not cut into your plants like plastic line. I would bet that you could wash it and reuse it but, it comes in a rather large width and this could prove to be a little difficult without tangling it. Great product.
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from Mt Hood Oregon
About Me Master Gardener
Will use for beans
Essential Garden Tool
By CR from CA
from Chico, CA
I have limited garden space so I grow as many veggies vertically as I can. This wonderful twine has become an essential tool for me. The plants love clinging to the rough texture, I love the natural look, and the best part is that at the end of the season, I just cut the twine from the support and throw it and the vines directly into the compost.It is sort of a pest to attach the twine to my support frames, but no more difficult than attaching any of the plastic alternatives. One order is enough for all my frames for two years -- it goes a long way.
no more work!
from Fredericksburg, VA
About Me Getting Started
Last year, we spent a lot of time making a trellis for our greenbeans. Measuring the twine and anchoring it down took so long. with this twine netting, its so simple.....and quick!
from Los Angeles
The netting that you will receive is not the netting you see in the product photograph! I didn't read the customer reviews before I purchased this item and I should have! Nearly everyone comments what I experienced: it takes too much time to try to find an end to the trellis (there isn't one!) and then you will find the trellis is not made of horizontal and vertical lines, rather diamond shapes which are impossible to use as a trellis. The biodegradeable aspect of this product is a good idea, but it was not manufactured properly. I hope someone tries to make this product again. Gardener's Supply did refund me for this product, but I still spent too much because of their expensive shipping fees.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
By Gardener in Missouri
from St. Louis
Used this product this year for the first time. It was difficult to put up but once it was up it worked well for the first 3 months, however now it is biograding and I still have plants that need support. Will not use this product again.
By Alvin & Sharon
from Paden City, WV
We've used this netting, attached to a pipe support in raised beds, to support half-runner beans. They're just getting started on their climb and all appears to be well. Looking forward to picking in an "upright' position.
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