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Pop-Up Bird Net with Door

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Pop-Up Bird Net with Door-4' x 8' x 20" is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 66.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from IT'S OK Bought it to keep the birds out - did not realize I would need additional stabilization (lots of extra ropes) when there was more than a light breeze. Lost ALL ties that keep it on the ground - had to puncture screens to add my own tie-down ropes.
Date published: 2017-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 3' high and 6' high pop-up garden / bird nets with zipper doors I purchased 2 of the different height garden/bird nets to fend off squirrels as my primary consumer of my vegetables. I have had them 2 seasons and they wear really well. I plan to expand my raised bed garden and intend to purchase a matching net. the nets make gardening stress free -- the squirrels first ran across the tops of them not knowing how to get into them. I bought heavy duty garden stakes so I would be sure they wouldn't get under them. the birds can't get at my strawberries either! I highly recommend them.
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great product Was very surprised at quality of the pop up bird nets. We have several raised garden beds and these nets are perfect and look good; neighbor loves them and plans to get some as well. We purchased other pop up nets that were twice as much money and not as nice or well made as your pop up nets. We are very pleased and hope you will continue to have these.
Date published: 2017-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product was just what I was looking for. I purchased these pop up garden covers, not for protection from birds but to put over my plants when they were young to keep the rabbits and chipmunks out. I have had problems in the past with these critters eating my newly planted vegetables. They are well made and I really like the zipper on the top that allows full access to what is inside without removing the cover. It is just the right height for my young vegetables. I like it that the bottom has a more solid fabric around it, not the open mesh that covers the top and top half of the sides, I feel that this helps keep the wind damage down. I believe that it is supposed To go around the outside of the raised bed box, my box is a tiny bit more than 4 x 4 and it doesn't quite slide over it, I'm sure it would be more secure if it did.The corners have tie down loops and there are 4 stakes included to attach it to the ground, my only suggestion would be to add the loops halfway along each side too for additional stake down support, as the wind still moves the cover and small animals can get under, however that may not be a problem if I could slide it over my box as intended.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A little extra support - follow my lead - and you will be VERY happy! I have to say… I am impressed… this cage has a pretty smart design and it is built with strong materials. However, you need to think outside your garden box for extra support (meaning, when it rains… the box starts to droop). Our garden boxes are raised, 4’x 8’… what I did… I took old fence posts and screwed them into the outside corners of the box (to fit where the corners of the product meets)… then I ripped up an old towel and placed in on top of the new posts and double wrapped that with a thick plastic bag and duct taped around (when you are finish it looks like four boxing gloves on the corners). The reason for this… even though there is extra fabric on the tops of the corners of the product, eventually I could see my new post supports cutting the fabric because of wind. We only needed TWO boxing gloves on one side - you may need four for support, but two should work (Two works best too because it allows for flexibility to zip up the product). If you follow my instructions about… you will be VERY pleased with this item.
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from They're easy to get out but... I really like the concept of the pop- up bird net. They are going to be easier to work with than the bird netting cage I cobbled together last year From a large piece of bird net, 5 6 ft. stakes, some cement patio tiles and a couple of hands-full of pinch clothespins. BUT, they come in a small case and the directions on how to get them back into the case are not detailed enough--or I'm too short (5' 2")to get the leverage needed. Either way, I'm VERY glad they collapse flat so at least I can store them fairly easily. (Although it would be better if I could get them into the little case.)
Date published: 2017-03-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Will never get folded into its bag again No matter how many times my husband and I watch videos or read instructions we can not refold the 6 foot high net back into its storage bag. I think we could if it was the shorter 3 foot one, because we have "figure 8" similar - like car sun shades. But it is hopeless. We tried and tried and I became convinced we would warp it so it would be unusable. It's awkwardly propped behind behind a bed in my house until growing season. As far as the net itself I think it will be exactly what we wanted for our plants protection against the birds and squirrels.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for keeping rabbits and other critters out of garden We have bought several of these in different sizes. We have deer, rabbits, ground hogs and other critters who love our veggies. This keeps them all out and is easy to get to the veggies when you need to pick them. Fold down nicely for the winter.
Date published: 2016-07-13
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Redwood tree debris entanglement

We have a large redwood that overlaps our garden area. When I buy standard loose netting from a hardware store, the old dried small fronds from the redwood tree drop and get entangled and caught in the netting. How spaced are the holes in this netting? Would redwood fronds also get stuck in this?
Asked by: Capa
probably but they are easy to brush off
Answered by: GardenPestWizard
Date published: 2017-09-02

Can bees get through the mesh for polination?

Asked by: Sheebs
Bees can not get through the mesh for polination
Answered by: ProductSpecialist
Date published: 2017-06-03

How do you untwist the wire?

I have the 4' x 6' net. The wire got twisted when I was popping this up and one of the long sides is caving in and will not stand up straight because I got the wire twisted. How can you untwist the wire, please? And thank you!!! I checked the instructions and the Q&A, but I did not find an answer for this.
Asked by: Justme123456789
Thank you for your question. The Pop-Up Bird Nets can be untwisted by bending it different ways until it pops into place. Or try folding it up and re-opening it.
Answered by: BuyingStaff
Date published: 2017-01-14

is the top net or solid, I am looking for one to keep the rain off tomatoes

Asked by: purplelady1980
Thank you for your question. The top of the nets are not solid they are a mesh material.
Answered by: ProductSpecialist
Date published: 2017-01-14

what type of ground can this net stand firmly on?

I intend to place some planters along one side of my driveway where the sun is better. will this net stand firmly on smooth hard surface? which height is appropriate for tomatoes?
Asked by: novicehere
Thank you for your question. The Pop-Up Bird Nets were designed to be secured by staking them into the ground (includes 4 stakes). We would recommend one of the 6'H versions for tomato plants.
Answered by: BuyingStaff
Date published: 2017-01-14

Is it possible to zip two or more of the bird nets together? My elevated raised bed is 12 x 2.

Asked by: ANRiley
Thank you for your question. The Pop-Up Bird Nets cannot be zipped together.
Answered by: BuyingStaff
Date published: 2015-09-19

Was the previous questioner actually concerned with how fruit-bearing plants would be pollinated if bees cannot pass through the mesh?

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.
Asked by: KentuckyGardener
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.
Answered by: Improvementsfan7
Date published: 2016-08-15

Does the mesh size allow bees to come into the protected area?

Asked by: Tarira
Thank you for your question. The mesh holes on the Pop-up Bird Net are 1/8" and should keep out most larger insects.
Answered by: BuyingStaff
Date published: 2013-10-22
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