Temporary fencing protects shrubs, trees & vegetable gardens from destructive deer. Strong and durable 3/4 inch mesh provides an easy and affordable alternative to metal chicken wire
Usage ideas: Drape around shrubbery, build vertical or slanted fence
Deer-X - HOW TO USE -3/4 inch polypropylene mesh with U-V inhibitors for long life.
For vertical fence:
- Hang and secure to posts placed no more than 15 ft. apart.
- To prevent draping, thread wire through mesh at top of fence and secure to posts.
- To create an 8 ft. fence with 7 ft. high net, elevate 1 ft. from ground and secure at bottom with wire attached to posts (fence must be taut to prevent deer from pushing under it).
For slanted fence:
- Hang fencing from vertical posts that are no more than 15 ft. apart, so that top of fence is 6 ft. high.
- Fencing should be slanted away from area you wish to protect at 45 degree angle.
- Optional slanted leg posts can be used for additional support.
- Key to effectiveness using this method: keep undergrowth mowed as the deer will walk under the overhang and be discouraged from jumping the fence.
For shrub protection:
- Create 'invisible' barrier by covering shrubs, trees and ornamental plants and secure firmly to the ground (black-colored netting blends into plants and landscape).
For Best Results: For repeated use, store indoors or away from sunlight as soon as harvest protection is no longer needed.