About Tech-Garden Anti Bird Netting
Tech-Garden offers a high-quality solution to protect your garden plants, trees, and ponds from birds. Our anti bird netting is made from a strong and durable 25mm square black monofilament HDPE mesh that is UV stabilised and rot proof. With exceptional quality woven mesh netting, you can ensure the safety of your garden without trapping any birds.
- Strong and durable 25mm square black monofilament HDPE mesh
- UV stabilised and rot proof
- Suitable for any garden plant, bush, tree, or pond
- Protects against birds without trapping them
- Lightweight and soft, making it easy to handle
- Can be used on structures, cages, or laid directly onto crops, plants, trees, bushes, and ponds
- Feels like a soft fabric to touch
- High tensile strength, much stronger than average polyethylene netting
- Doesn’t tear easily
- Life expectancy of around 8-10 years with proper care
How to Use Tech-Garden Anti Bird Netting
Using Tech-Garden anti bird netting is simple. Follow these steps:
- Measure the area you want to cover and ensure you have enough netting.
- Stretch the netting over the desired structure or lay it directly onto the crops, plants, trees, bushes, or ponds.
- Secure the netting at regular intervals using pegs or ties.
- Make sure the netting is taut to prevent sagging.
- Allow for extra width and length to accommodate pegging, tying down, and any additional slack you may require.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How long does the netting last?
The netting has a life expectancy of around 8-10 years if treated with care.
2. Can the netting be used on ponds?
Yes, the netting is suitable for use on ponds to protect them from birds.
3. Is the netting easy to handle?
Yes, the netting is lightweight and soft, making it easy to handle and install.
4. Does the netting tear easily?
No, the netting is much stronger than average polyethylene netting and doesn’t tear easily.
5. Can the netting be used on structures?
Yes, the netting can be used on structures, cages, or laid directly onto crops, plants, trees, bushes, and ponds.