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Pop-Up Bird Net with Door-4' x 8' x 20" is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 75.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy set up Will have to see whether it keeps the critters away from my lettuce. Also not sure enough sun will get through, but so far I like it lots better than the plastic netting I have tried to use.
Date published: 2018-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy-Peasy set up! Just received my 6’ by 3’ by 6’ pop up anti-bird net, and it set up —without using any directions — in just a few minutes. It looks great and should provide my fruit bushes good protection from the nibbling creatures...thank you!
Date published: 2018-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works like a charm Even though I garden in a large city, I still get my share of "critters." I bought the 4' X 8' pop up net a few years ago, but it was a bit unwieldly because of the size but mostly because didn't have the zipper at the top, so I had to lift the whole thing to weed, harvest lettuce, etc. This made it less permanent. This 4 X 4' size with a zipper at the top is much more manageable and works even better because I hammered in some wooden stakes (about 18" tall) for the inside four corners which help anchor the net if it gets windy.
Date published: 2018-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Isn't 4x8x4 I bought this a few weeks ago. Construction seems sturdy and well made. It did pop up rather easily. However, I had 2 4x4 garden boxes already made. I specifically shopped around for a cover that would fit on them. And this is no where close to 4x8x4. I had to make new garden boxes 3x3 in order to make it fit. That was really disappointing considering I made sure to look for the size I needed.
Date published: 2018-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great I bought two of the 4x4 and 3 foot high models. Covers my 4x4 raised beds nicely and so snug I haven’t needed the tie down stakes. Might have to use them if there’s heavy wind. I like that there’s a zippered door on two sides or that I can just lift the whole thing off when I want to tend the vegetables. Have only had it a couple of weeks, but it’s well made and seems like it will last more than one year. So far the birds, squirrels and rabbits have avoided it.
Date published: 2018-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Ever Have been growing tomatoes on my patio for years and have been using the size pop up bird net with door. My older ones finally gave out and so happy to be able to purchase 2 again. I had the others for years before they gave out and only because Arizona has such hot sun they gave out. Lasted longer then I thought they would. I am very happy.
Date published: 2018-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great item Easy setup. Keeps the bugs and critters out. The zippered doors make it easy to get inside. I liked it so much that I came back for another.
Date published: 2018-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My garden is finally safe I bought this for my husband as a birthday gift and he loves it. Not only has it protected our garden from birds and squirrels but insects as well. We have a raised bed and it not only has room for this but we have put all our potted vegetables and strawberries under as well. A fried that recently stopped over asked for the info to purchase 2 for his gardens.
Date published: 2018-04-06
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What is the warranty on this product bird protector with doors 8x4x4?

Asked by: Vi 50
We have a 90 return for any reason. Our warranty is for one year against defects.
Answered by: Imps
Date published: 2018-04-17

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: 2018-03-14

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
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Product:561786-Pop-Up Bird Net with Door

Pop-Up Bird Net with Door-4' x 8' x 20"

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