Premium Flex Long Life and Super Premium Flex Extra Long Life - The search is over for the best bird netting we could find at an affordable price and quality we like. We are carrying 2 grades, the Long Life & Extra Long Life netting. Specs as follows: High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) knitted yarn that is green in color.. Rip-Stop construction prevents tears from spreading. Special UV stabilization. Soft yarn nets are gentle on the crops. Easy to apply. Stretches in length and width. At Seven Springs Farm we are putting this product to the test by leaving it up all year round, so far so good. In the spring of 2010 we built an arbor over our blueberries to hold the netting. We have 22 plants that are about 21 years old. Ever since then we have harvested over 10 gallons worth of blueberries per year. In the past we would have gotten about 2 to 3 gallons, even with the use of bird flash tape. We are sold on this product!!
*Note on Seasons - This refers to a 6 - 8 week season that the netting is used.
Please note that we have had our ELL netting up since the spring of 2010. It stays up all year in full sun and has gone through a rough winter as well. Currently the net looks as good as the day we put it up. Also available in a 100 ft size
Extra wide compared to our 17 ft product, still the same great netting at a great price.
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Bought this hoping that it would keep the birds and deer out of my grape vines. I have purchased other netting in the past that was plastic and it didn't hold up. This netting is soft and very easy to work with and is so much more superior to any other netting I have found. We staked it to the ground and it did not catch in the vines like all the others I had tried. This netting is well worth the money. Great product!!
Used this on a garden enclosure I made. Much better quality than big box store netting. I'm sure I'll get several years out of this as opposed to one out of the other.
I used the 28 x 50 netting to cover two large fig trees. Easy to work with. I installed by myself with a ladder and a broom. Draped over both trees all the way to the ground. Birds calling out the alarm. They're not happy about this.