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YARDGARD

Model 308377B

Internet #202024097

28 in. x 50 ft. PVC Rabbit Gard Garden Fence

$39.00 /roll

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A welded wire fence specifically designed with graduated spacing to keep out rabbits and other nuisance varmints. The fence is available in a variety of colors to best suit your needs while protecting all gardens and flower beds.

  • Black vinyl coating blends more naturally into surroundings
  • Horizontal wire spacing gets progressively narrower near the ground where protection is most needed (4 in. - 2 in. - 1 in.)
  • Upper horizontal wire spacing allows hands to pass through
  • Roll size: 28 in. height x 50 ft. length when unrolled
  • 16-Gauge wire, 14 -Gauge after vinyl coating

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How would I attach this to an existing 4 ft black post(spaced 3 1/2 inches apart) aluminum fence?

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August 18, 2016
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Just use electrical ties to attach to the aluminum fence - it's very easy. They are usually less expensive if you get them in the electric department instead of the garden department.
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July 13, 2016
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Black nylon tie wraps
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October 12, 2015
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This fence is typically attached to UPost. We cannot provide information on different posts.
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What materials do I need to install this fence? Also this fence is black, correct?

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April 4, 2015
I saw the answer to use U-posts (This fencing should be installed with 3 foot U - posts spaced every 6-7 feet. The fencing will attach to the notches in the U-posts.), but don't quite understand. Is there anything else I need? I would also like to have a section that can be easily removed to drive the riding lawn mower through. How would I do that?
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Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
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August 9, 2016
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To install this fence you need wire cutters to trim, Tie raps to attached to another barrier or fence and pliers if you need to shape around corners, etc.
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August 2, 2016
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yes, it is black.
we attached the fencing to our existing wrought iron fence with zip ties.
it keeps our small dog inside, but does not keep rabbits out.
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April 6, 2015
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You will need a hammer to drive the Uposts into the ground....but that is all.
In order to have a section that is easy to remove simply cut the end of a section and leave short pieces of wire at the end that can be wrapped around the next Upost. When you need to get into the area simply unhook the wires from the Uposts and 'peel' the fence back. When done mowing you can then pull the fence back to the Read More
You will need a hammer to drive the Uposts into the ground....but that is all.
In order to have a section that is easy to remove simply cut the end of a section and leave short pieces of wire at the end that can be wrapped around the next Upost. When you need to get into the area simply unhook the wires from the Uposts and 'peel' the fence back. When done mowing you can then pull the fence back to the Upost and rebend the wires around to close the area.
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how is it installed into to ground

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does not show how it is installed....
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Just use garden staples. They come in a box of 75 for about $9 at Home Depot and are easy to hammer into the ground, even in our California hard clay soil.
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December 13, 2014
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This fencing should be installed with 3 foot U - posts spaced every 6-7 feet. The fencing will attach to the notches in the U-posts.
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Are U Posts included? I cannot locate these elswhere on site.

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July 12, 2016
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No. They are not included. Please see OMSID: 204331911
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Strong yet flexible My house is next to woods with a family of deer living in it. I installed 5 feet tall aluminium fence but figured out that it means nothing to grown-up deer who can easily jump in and out and wipe off my flower and vegetable bed overnight. Replacing the existing fence to 6 feet costs $$$$. I accidentally saw a YouTube video teaching how to extend fence using PVC fence. I thus purchased 5 rolls of PVC rabbit garden fence and tie them to the top of the aluminium fence. It's been 3 months and the fence extension survives several severe thunder storms. I finally see hydrangea blooms in my yard for the first time in five years! As you can see from the picture, the PVC fence in black is barely visible, especially from distance. I am very happy that it did not ruin the view while saved my yard! June 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Rabbit fence for lazy rabbits This rabbit fencing is well made, a fair price and sturdy, but there is just one problem. It didn't stop the rabbits. The rabbits in my area must be rather clever because they had no problem leveraging their little bodies up through the larger squares and the baby rabbits scooted right through the smaller ones. I put a second row of plastic mesh fencing behind this wire fencing. That stopped them until they chewed holes through the plastic part. Fortunately, some left over slate roof tiles are handy to prop behind the plastic layer holes. With these three barriers we currently have the upper hand in the rabbit war, but the battles will undoubtedly continue. August 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well made and effective! I recently moved to a smaller home with a wrought iron fence in the backyard. My chihuahuas were able to get out and I had to find a remedy (also, there were many rabbits around as well). I bought 5 rolls of this and it worked PERFECT. You can't even see it, as it is black and so is my fence. I used black zip ties to attach it to the wrought iron. My 13 old grandson helped me and it was done in about 3 hours. Thank you Home Depot for selling this heavy gauge wire (vinyl coated) fencing - it was very hard to find in any store! March 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Rabbit fencing Easy to use. Looks good and seems like it will last. Happy with the performance so far. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great deterrent to large & small garden invaders I love that there are small openings at the bottom to keep out small bunnies and baby squirrels in addition to other vegetable garden intruders. Since I put it up around the edges of my raised beds, I have had zero damage. Look forward to using it for years. Highly recommend. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rabbit Guard It was not difficult to install but if you install with only one person it is harder to unroll and keep taught while attached it to another fence or barrier.. August 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Looks good to the rabbits too! It's a nicely made fence but if rabbit control is your aim, it does not work. The bigger rabbits jump through the 4" x 4" mesh easily. The smaller rabbits don't work so hard and jump through the next level down the 4" x 2" mesh. If the whole 28" was 1" x 4" it would work well. For keeping dogs or kids in as an overlay on your split rail or some other porous fence it would work very well. July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rabbit Fencing We have not seen any rabbits in our backyard since we installed this fencing all around the perimeter! The black color blends in well with our black wrought iron fence so it is not unsightly and we used black zip ties to attach it to the wrought iron. Before installation, the rabbits were munching on all our flowers and plants, killing off many of them and requiring our replanting to maintain a nice appearance. June 24, 2016
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