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Post  philct on 5/15/2012, 6:29 pm

I planted 3 pickling cucumbers in a box and a half I had open. Now I have to figure out the besy way to trellis them... I have a ton of extra fence posts, maybe two of them with string in between??

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Post  mrwes40 on 5/15/2012, 7:14 pm

@philct wrote:I planted 3 pickling cucumbers in a box and a half I had open. Now I have to figure out the besy way to trellis them... I have a ton of extra fence posts, maybe two of them with string in between??

How about two fence posts with eye-hooks on the inside surface to tie on a nylon garden trellis?

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Post  philct on 5/15/2012, 7:18 pm

@mrwes40 wrote:
@philct wrote:I planted 3 pickling cucumbers in a box and a half I had open. Now I have to figure out the besy way to trellis them... I have a ton of extra fence posts, maybe two of them with string in between??

How about two fence posts with eye-hooks on the inside surface to tie on a nylon garden trellis?

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Oooo good idea!!! I have extra nylon netting too

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Post  mrwes40 on 5/15/2012, 7:22 pm

@philct wrote:
@mrwes40 wrote:
@philct wrote:I planted 3 pickling cucumbers in a box and a half I had open. Now I have to figure out the besy way to trellis them... I have a ton of extra fence posts, maybe two of them with string in between??

How about two fence posts with eye-hooks on the inside surface to tie on a nylon garden trellis?

Bill

Oooo good idea!!! I have extra nylon netting too

Do you have anything for a top support? It'll probably sag a lot without some sort of top support to attach the netting to.

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Post  philct on 5/15/2012, 7:47 pm

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@philct wrote:I planted 3 pickling cucumbers in a box and a half I had open. Now I have to figure out the besy way to trellis them... I have a ton of extra fence posts, maybe two of them with string in between??

How about two fence posts with eye-hooks on the inside surface to tie on a nylon garden trellis?

Bill

Oooo good idea!!! I have extra nylon netting too

Do you have anything for a top support? It'll probably sag a lot without some sort of top support to attach the netting to.

I don't... I can build another conduit trellis but it will block sun from my strawberry bed next to it I think..

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