Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 73
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wild does the job,cheap.
cut it in half,put some long stakes thru it ,and No geese in the yard.
May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JohnDonne Excellent product
As a protective fence against deer, this fence works very well. It is inexpensive and easy to work with but does what it claims to do--keeps deer out.
May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BIL works well with metal posts
I place 5ft metal stakes approx 6ft from the plants I am protecting from deer. Don't make the mistake of wrapping this directly on shrubs or young trees - the small openings in the netting will get small branches and leaves between them and it is a real pain to get this screen off without breaking branches or knocking buds off. It can be re-used, but you should have something to wrap it around to roll it up.
March 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by gtaseaguy good value
This netting is pretty good value for the money. I bought this netting to protect my garden neighborhood outdoor cats who use my garden as their toilet. So far so good. After installation, the net is barely visible. My only beef is, the net is difficult to handle by myself and it gets tangled easily.
March 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DK Excellent Product
The product is very easy to install and works perfectly as you can see by the picture.
June 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by potawatomi best product in this price range
Our main garden is 120' x 25' and we live in a very rural area so have lots of critters to keep out of the garden. This worked really well last year and didn't cost a fortune for such a large area. There were a couple of times we had to repair it after very heavy winds and we do take it down over the winter. However, it was effective in protecting the garden and surprisingly sturdy for the price.
We put up metal T posts then zip tied 1x2's to make it tall enough. Then used a staple gun to attach fencing to the 1x2's. I thought we may have to run an electric wire around, but never did. It kept everything out with just this nylon netting - which was a little surprising. Aside from a few tangled snakes, it worked pretty well. I was concerned the deer would not see it and run straight through, but didn't seem to happen.
We also put 4' plastic down between the rows and around the perimeter since it's in a hay field to keep weeding to a minimum.
March 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kiph Deer Problem solved
This has absolutely solved my problem with deer and rabbits ruining my garden. This year, the garden is 25'x15'. I put 6 posts (8' landscape timbers) about 6" outside the borders, 3 along the long sides and wrapped this fence around it and have 6-7' left over. I used a staple gun to attach the netting/fencing. But, if you pull it somewhat tight, you don't need to use much to attach. I figure that I'll be able to use this multiple times.
It's a very light material; much like a cast net. Two people are needed to work with it because it's so light that you can't lay it out flat. But, installation is a breeze. Hang marker tape on it's sides to remind you that it's there and to spook critters. My wife also hung a couple of pie tins to make a bit of noise.
October 16, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PDot Great Product! I would definitely recommend to anyone!
The 7 ft. x 100 ft. black polpropylene protective fence is a great product! Every year I purchase Deer-X in order to keep not only the deer out of my vegetable garden, but to keep rabbits and other animals out also. My neighbors use to laugh at my husband and I putting this fencing up, but have come to realize it was their corn, tomatoes, green beans, squash, peppers, and other vegetables being eaten, not ours. The fence is easy to install and light weight. We do have to tie orange tape on the fencing so humans or dogs do not walk right through the fence - the fence is so clear, it is not noticeable from the street - another plus. I would like the fencing to be a little stronger to avoid tearing, but the fence works. I would definitely recommend this product to others and already have. The vegetables are on my table and not in the bellies of the animals.
April 2, 2013