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American Nettings & Fabric Big Bug Netting

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Item #H131469, 8' x 16'

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Defend against cicadas, june bugs, Japanese beetles and wasps. Cicadas are harmless to people and animals, but can cause damage in your landscape by cutting into branches and laying eggs. Prevent damage with this lightweight net. Large enough to protect a young tree or shield a small outdoor area, wherever it’s needed. Also ideal for keeping birds out of your fruit and berry harvest and for protecting ponds and garden cages.

For best results, use before the emergence of pests and before the damage is done! Simply drape over the tree canopy and secure to the trunk, or over your shrubs and plants and weigh down the edges to prevent wind mishaps and critter curiosity. Resists sunlight degradation for a longer life. 8’ x 16’ polypropylene nets, 1/6" mesh. Blue.

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Stark Bro's Store
Something small harvested most of my grapes from my one vine last year and I want to try and prevent that this year.
Doris C on May 13, 2016
grasshopper control
hard to find locally
daniel h on Mar 28, 2016
Something small harvested most of my grapes from my one vine last year and I want to try and prevent that this year.
Doris C on May 13, 2016
have a lot of problems with birds and can't find this just anywhere.
KENNETH F on Apr 21, 2016
grasshopper control
hard to find locally
daniel h on Mar 28, 2016
small mesh
VIRGIL S on Mar 24, 2016
have a lot of problems with birds and can't find this just anywhere.
KENNETH F on Apr 21, 2016
small mesh
VIRGIL S on Mar 24, 2016
Will this keep the bugs from eating the new shoots of of freshly planted trees?
Tom B on Feb 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It depends on the type of bug. Pests like aphids are still small enough to go through the mesh and they will feed on the juices of your trees' leaves. Bigger bugs, like Japanese beetles, won't be able to reach these if the net is covering the tree as directed. If new shoots happen to grow through the net, even the bigger bugs will be able to eat those. You'll still need to keep a watchful eye on your new trees and address any issues as they arise.

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Big Bug Netting vs Japanese Beetles
Bought this product because of the Japanese beetle plague I've been fighting. It worked great! You do need to install it so it's touching the ground, preventing anything from getting under it, and I removed it as soon as I could after the beetle threat diminished to restore full light and air circulation. It totally stopped all large bugs and I would recommend it to anyone.
September 9, 2016
Purchased
3 months ago
Happy Return Customer
I bought the big bug netting recently for protecting my Concord seedless grapes(also bought from Stark two years ago). The big bug netting was delivered on schedule with good condition, light weight and and works well. I am happy about the product.
June 16, 2016
Big bug netting
I have purchased for my fig trees , Its certainly big enough well see how it stands up.
June 15, 2016
Purchased
3 months ago
Bug Netting
Probably would keep bugs out, however, it is not a match for birds and squirrels. For as much money as I paid, I would have just sprayed for insects and bought something that would keep larger invaders out. Blackberries were wrecked.
May 4, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
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