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I finally got one the netting on one of my trellis, I used the conduit and nylon netting. Does anyone tack down the netting at the bottom against the SFG or do you let it hang? What is better? I made sure the netting is tight up top and along the sides. For now I left the bottom hang. What should I do?
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I let it hang and it has worked well. On mine it actually begins far enough above the beds that I would not be able to tack it down. If you tack it down how do you remove it in the Fall? Otherwise I don't see a problem.
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