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Pop-Up Bird Net with Door-4'Sqx3'H 4.3 5 43 43
We Love these We had one these from several years ago and have been looking for another one. The zippered entry makes this one even better. Enough room for pollinators and keeps everything else out! April 16, 2013
Easy to use, effective and looks good, too I was looking for a better way to keep birds away from my square-foot garden. I was delighted to find this item. It is high enough for my taller tomato plants and allows easy access for watering, weeding and staking plants as they grow. It certainly is far more attractive than the version my husband rigged up last summer. And at season's end, we can fold it away in its own carrying case. I bought two.. May 1, 2013
Bird net So far so good. We put it over our tomatoes which are usually sacrificed to squirrels and birds. Looking forward to homegrown again May 15, 2013
PopUp Bird Nets We love the pop-up bird nets and their individual storage cases. They hold up in wind very well - and one is not anchored yet, the other is. They were very easy to set up and were just the right size for our needs. The zip open doors make it easy to reach in to tend to the plants or pick the berries. May 22, 2013
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I'm not good at estimating size/distance, but I suspect that most bees are considerably larger than 1/8". I want the enclosure for my blueberry bushes. I can appreciate that the small mesh will keep out the Japanese beetles, with which I was plagued last year, but I'm concerned about how the blooms will get pollinated once I put the enclosure in place.
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I use these nets specifically for blueberry bushes. Pollination for blueberries happens in the spring, so put the nets on the bushes just before the berries start to ripen or after the berries form to keep out the birds that would eat them all.
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Thank you for your question. The Pop-Up Bird Nets have a small-mesh design that will keep out birds, deer and other animals, as well as most larger insects including bees. Therefore they would probably not be suitable for blueberry bushes, at least not until after the fruit is set.
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I'm looking to use this to keep the chipmunks out of my garden. Is there a way to attach a floor or is there a product similar to this that is completely enclosed? I'm not so worried about the top, it's the bottom that concerns me. Thank you.
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Thank you for your question. There is no bottom for the Pop-up Bird Net with Door. We recommend using the Pop-up Bird Net with our Raised Garden Bed (410697 or 411996) to keep pests away from your garden but nothing will keep them out 100%.
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Thank you for your question. The mesh holes on the Pop-up Bird Net are 1/8" and should keep out most larger insects.
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