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Enviromesh Mesh Netting Plant Protection
£27.95

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Enviromesh is a fine mesh garden netting, ideal for use in the vegetable garden as effective pest control for food crops.

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Protect Your Plants From Pests & Birds With Enviromesh

The fine mesh garden netting plant protection allows air and water to freely circulate prompting healthy plant growth. Also acts as a barrier to most garden pests making it ideal for covering brassicas, carrots and other crops. We stock the largest size available which can be used whole cut so size. I can't live without this stuff, well worth it. Enviromesh mesh netting is perfect for use with raised vegetable beds.

Choose Your Size:

We stock this protection netting in 4 different sizes to fit any gardening need. Sizes available are:

  • 2.6m x 5m  (8.5ft x 16.4ft)
  • 3m x 1.83m (9.8 x 6ft) - Handy Pack
  • 3.66m x 6m  (12ft x 19.6)

Please choose the required one using the 'Size' tab above.

  • Fine mesh net to protect vegetable and soft fruit
  • pest excluded include cabbage root fly, carrot root fly,cabbage whitefly and most species of aphids
  • Protects plants form birds rabbits and domestic pets
  • Protects against weather damage -wind, rain and hail
  • Promotes early growth and reduces water loss

Dimensions:

  • 2.6m x 5m  (8.5ft x 16.4ft)
  • 3m x 1.83m (9.8 x 6ft)
  • 3.66m x 6m  (12ft x 19.6)
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Willie Keegan
October 15th, 2015
I bought Enviromesh earlier this season and what a difference it has made to my carrot and brassica crops. For the first time ever I have no problems with carrot fly. My carrot crop is flawless, easy to prepare and very tasty - no carrot fly damage whatever. The cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower crops were totally free of any cabbage root fly damage, and, of course, no damage from the white butterflies either. It's lovely preparing cabbage without any fear of caterpillars! No waste, no mess, just delightful attractive heads of cabbage. I've had numerous enquiries from other growers on our allotment about Enviromesh and I'm very happy to recommend it to them. Seeing is believing. Without doubt, I'd highly recommend Enviromesh to any grower.
Reika Huber
August 07th, 2015
Perfect, I use it to protect my brassicas from flies and butterflies. I made wide tunnels with it for 2 and 3 plants next to each other. I have to keep it above the plants as my allotment is very windy and plants get smashed easily. Good quality with sewn edge and you can push ground hooks through without damaging it if you are careful. It would be great if I could find large hoops (90-120cm wide) for it.
Elizabeth Flashman
February 10th, 2015
Great fleece at a good price. Well done guys
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Asked By Tony Cohen
on September 29th, 2016
I am trying to grow purple sprouting in one of your large 6ft*3ft vegetable boxes and have planted the seedlings. Can I/should I lay your micro mesh directly on top of the young plants to protect them against cabbage root fly? Or do I need a frame/canes to support the mesh and hold it above the plants? if so - how high does it need to be? It also has to keep off birds and the occasional fox so can I peg the mesh down to prevent it being lifted? Do I leave the mesh on until the plant is ready for harvesting? Many thanks!
Answered by Andrew
on September 30th, 2016
Hi Tony. You can start off by laying the mesh over the plants but as they get larger it will be easier to use a frame. At this time of year you shouldn't have any issues with cabbage white butterflies, nor will you over Winter. Fully grown plants can be 4ft high so that is the height of mesh you would need to use. I hope this helps. Andrew
Asked By Aileen Stewart
on August 03rd, 2016
I am looking for mesh netting for my 5ft apple tree to protect the blossom from the winds, I saw enviromesh mesh netting plant protection and thought this would be ideal. can you recommend what size I would need and how much it is.
Answered by Andrew
on August 04th, 2016
Hi Aileen. Enviromesh is expensive due to the fact that it is made primarily to protect brassicas from cabbage root fly etc that can get through the smallest of holes. That said it would also be ideal for protecting from the wind as it lets moisture through but stops the flow of wind. To cover a 5ft tree you would probably need 6m x 2metres wide and 2 to 3 strips of this fixed together with cable ties.
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