Mesh & Netting

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Meshing is an important piece of equipment in the organic armoury when it comes to protecting our crops from competing critters. They’re essentially a barrier which come in differing mesh sizes for differing crops, from a tight mesh for butterflies to large 50mm netting for the ever-hungry pigeons. Crops like brassicas are very popular with many garden visitors, and a mesh net provides a good organic method of protection. Most mesh nets are for covering your plants. They are permeable so can be watered through and some are designed for specific purposes, such as open top mesh to. . . Show More >

Meshing is an important piece of equipment in the organic armoury when it comes to protecting our crops from competing critters. They’re essentially a barrier which come in differing mesh sizes for differing crops, from a tight mesh for butterflies to large 50mm netting for the ever-hungry pigeons. Crops like brassicas are very popular with many garden visitors, and a mesh net provides a good organic method of protection. Most mesh nets are for covering your plants. They are permeable so can be watered through and some are designed for specific purposes, such as open top mesh to protect young carrots from carrot fly, which won’t travel above a certain height.

We recommend erecting your mesh after planting, being careful not to damage crops. Some mesh can help warm up soil or allow for gardeners to grow out of season, and to constantly sow quick crops like spinach & winter salad. Fleece is a great example of this, and like all mesh it’s a reusable piece of equipment that is highly valuable to the organic gardener.


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Meshing is an important piece of equipment in the organic armoury when it comes to protecting our crops from competing critters. They’re essentially a barrier which come in differing mesh sizes for differing crops, from a tight mesh for butterflies to large 50mm netting for the ever-hungry pigeons. Crops like brassicas are very popul. . . Show More >

Meshing is an important piece of equipment in the organic armoury when it comes to protecting our crops from competing critters. They’re essentially a barrier which come in differing mesh sizes for differing crops, from a tight mesh for butterflies to large 50mm netting for the ever-hungry pigeons. Crops like brassicas are very popular with many garden visitors, and a mesh net provides a good organic method of protection. Most mesh nets are for covering your plants. They are permeable so can be watered through and some are designed for specific purposes, such as open top mesh to protect young carrots from carrot fly, which won’t travel above a certain height.

We recommend erecting your mesh after planting, being careful not to damage crops. Some mesh can help warm up soil or allow for gardeners to grow out of season, and to constantly sow quick crops like spinach & winter salad. Fleece is a great example of this, and like all mesh it’s a reusable piece of equipment that is highly valuable to the organic gardener.


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Bird Protection Net Bird Protection Net

Bird Net - 4 Sizes Available

£11.99
Butterfly Protection Netting Butterfly Protection Netting

Butterfly Netting - 3 Sizes Available

£15.99
Flexi Balls Flexi Balls

Pack of 10 x 1 or 2

£9.99
Frost Protection Fleece Frost Protection Fleece

Fleece - 3 Sizes Available

£6.99 £7.99 SAVE 13%
Heavy Duty Woven Ground Cover Heavy Duty Woven Ground Cover

Ground Cover - 5 Sizes Available

£19.99
Superior Fruit Cage Net Superior Fruit Cage Net

Bird Net - 4 Sizes Available

£15.99
Ultra-Fine Insect Netting Ultra-Fine Insect Netting

Insect Netting - 3 Sizes Available

£22.99
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Meshing is an important piece of equipment in the organic armoury when it comes to protecting our crops from competing critters. They’re essentially a barrier which come in differing mesh sizes for differing crops, from a tight mesh for butterflies to large 50mm netting for the ever-hungry pigeons. Crops like brassicas are very popular with many garden visitors, and a mesh net provides a good organic method of protection. Most mesh nets are for covering your plants. They are permeable so can be watered through and some are designed for specific purposes, such as open top mesh to protect young carrots from carrot fly, which won’t travel above a certain height.

We recommend erecting your mesh after planting, being careful not to damage crops. Some mesh can help warm up soil or allow for gardeners to grow out of season, and to constantly sow quick crops like spinach & winter salad. Fleece is a great example of this, and like all mesh it’s a reusable piece of equipment that is highly valuable to the organic gardener.

Meshing is an important piece of equipment in the organic armoury when it comes to protecting our crops from competing critters. They’re essentially a barrier which come in differing mesh sizes for differing crops, from a tight mesh for butterflies to large 50mm netting for the ever-hungry pigeons. Crops like brassicas are very popular with many garden visitors, and a mesh net provides a good organic method of protection. Most mesh nets are for covering your plants. They are permeable so can be watered through and some are designed for specific purposes, such as open top mesh to protect young carrots from carrot fly, which won’t travel above a certain height.

We recommend erecting your mesh after planting, being careful not to damage crops. Some mesh can help warm up soil or allow for gardeners to grow out of season, and to constantly sow quick crops like spinach & winter salad. Fleece is a great example of this, and like all mesh it’s a reusable piece of equipment that is highly valuable to the organic gardener.

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