Green plastic trellis material
I'm a big fan of this green plastic trellis material.
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I use it every year with a few U-posts for supporting peas --- easy to erect and easy to dismantle.
I've used it in the past for temporary pastures for young chickens (although in recent years they've been a bit too flighty to contain that way).
I use it in the winter to protect strawberry plants at their most vulnerable from irregular but devastating deer attacks.
I use it in the spring to save seedlings when freshly planted ground looks extremely attractive to our naughty cats.
And I use it around young
trees in chicken pastures. The trellis material isn't strong enough to
keep out goats or deer, but chickens will leave anything within it
I'd give you an Amazon
link, but I can't seem to find the product online and figure shipping
would be prohibitive anyway. But if you're in Lowes, why not pick up a
roll? Even using my neglectful methods of piling the trellis pieces on
the ground beside the barn when I'm not using them, I've seen no decline
in quality of our stash over the last eight years.