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More benefits of netting!

Post  Momma Pajama on 6/15/2010, 11:57 pm


I know I already showed off my PVC hoops covered with plastic "deer netting" (the fine black net in the pic, not the white tomato net), but I just discovered another benefit! Not only does it seem fairly invisible and unobtrusive from a distance AND keep the fuzzy critters out, IT ALSO is small enough to keep out the cabbage moths! I saw a white momma terminator flying around out there, trying to lay her eggs on my broccoli, but she could NOT get through! On the other hand, I have seen bees buzz right on through the spaces and out again without much trouble.

Best $20 spent (for 7' x 50' roll) yet!
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Post  chocolatepop on 6/16/2010, 12:08 am

great idea. she will still try though, because I had little orange eggs ON my tulle!!!
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