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My apricot & peach & netting report

Posted by carol6ma_7ari zones 6 %26 7a (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 30, 14 at 22:24

Last year the birds and squirrels got all my fruit. The black plastic netting I used (from a big box store) didn't completely keep the critters out and was hard to put on and even worse to take off. This year I got another type of netting, a pale green kind (which didn't snag on everything!) found on an internet site, and was able to foil those varmints. Two dwarf trees, not very old, so not a big harvest. But definitely a harvest for us humans to enjoy.

I think gardenweb doesn't want me to mention brand names, but any netting called "American" might get you to it.


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RE: My apricot & peach & netting report

Maybe something like this?

Here is a link that might be useful: bird netting

RE: My apricot & peach & netting report

If only there were an insect netting along the same lines.

RE: My apricot & peach & netting report

Harvestman, you found my source! And the gardener who told me about it was MrsG47.


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