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YardGuard

Model 308376HD

Internet #202024096

Store SKU #647927

28 in. x 50 ft. PVC-Coated Rabbit Guard Garden Fence

$29.97 /roll

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The YARDGARD 28 in. x 50 ft. PVC-Coated Rabbit Guard Garden Fence is made of welded steel for long-lasting use and features green PVC coating to help the fence blend more naturally into its surroundings. The horizontal wire gets progressively narrower near the ground to help protect your garden from rabbits, and the upper horizontal wire is spaced so your hands can pass through for convenience.

  • Welded steel construction for long-lasting use
  • Green PVC coating helps the fence blend more naturally into its surroundings
  • Horizontal wire gets progressively narrower near the ground where protection is most needed
  • Upper horizontal wire spacing allows hands to pass through for convenience

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Is this sturdy enough to use as a trellis for my backyard grapevine?

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San Diego, CA
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May 21, 2015
I would be using it along the fence in between my neighbor using metal posts to make it stand. Thank you.
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Smithtown, NY
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June 28, 2016
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You could use it for a trellis, however I think there are less expensive options as it is really designed to keep critters out of the garden. It has a smaller grid on the bottom portion that you would not need for a trellis.
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West Point, VA, USA
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June 18, 2016
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I have a small section I used for my gladiolas to grow up onto and it is working great for that. I think maybe something a bit more solid for grape vines as they are heavier.
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Aiken, S. Carolina
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May 10, 2016
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It's extremely flexible, but properly supported it might serve as a trellis.
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Naugatuck, CT
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June 10, 2015
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As long as you secure it to the metal posts every 4 -5 feet it would be fine.
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May 22, 2015
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This fence is designed to keep rabbits out of gardens and may not be strong enough to withstand the weight of heavy grape bundles if the posts are not close enough. We would recommend choosing a sturdier fencing such as welded wire.
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cutting

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Penna
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April 28, 2015
could this be cut with hand cutters?
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July 6, 2016
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Yes, I personally hand snipped two and one half rolls in about an hour after we installed the fence. I did this in order to make it precisely the correct height that we needed. I just used hand held wire cutters very simple and easy!
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Smithtown, NY
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June 28, 2016
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It cuts easily with a decent pair of metal shears.
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Reno. Nevada
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April 29, 2015
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I cut mine with wire cutters and tin snips, worked fine.
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April 29, 2015
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Yes. This product can be cut with hand wire cutters.
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Will this fence keep chipmunks out of garden?

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Smithtown, NY
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Since chipmunks can climb I don't think it would be too effective.
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West Point, VA, USA
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I can't speak for chipmunks but it is keeping squirrels out of my gardens.
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Aiken, S. Carolina
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No. The size of its grid is too large.
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What do you recommend for posts

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We used green metal fence posts that we ponder into the ground, available at Home Depot. The green fence posts have holes thru them so you can attach a wood post to the front to hide the green post. See our pics that I included, you can't even see the green posts. It's very sturdy. Where we installed our gates we did shore up that portion with 4x4's and used post stakes that we also pounded into the Read More
We used green metal fence posts that we ponder into the ground, available at Home Depot. The green fence posts have holes thru them so you can attach a wood post to the front to hide the green post. See our pics that I included, you can't even see the green posts. It's very sturdy. Where we installed our gates we did shore up that portion with 4x4's and used post stakes that we also pounded into the ground that are designed for the 4x4's, again available at HD. It went very smoothly. My husband and I built our garden fence including all the painting of the wood in just 2 mornings. Our garden fence runs apx 130 feet in total so a pretty big project. Read Less
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I used the smallest U posts. I think they are about 3' tall.
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I used t-posts and haven't had any problems.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 47 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what we needed The wire fencing was exactly what we needed to build our garden fence. It rolled out nicely and the two of us were able to maneuver precisely into position in order to attach it to the fence posts. Our ground isn't exactly level so any portion of the fence that came above the top rail was easily snipped off to the perfect height. The coating on the fence will also keep it from rusting in our harsh climate. After ten years of rebar and chicken wire this not only looks so much nicer but it is much sturdier and won't poke us as we reach for our delish fresh veggies this fall! Very happy with end result! July 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does not Keep Rabbits out I spent over $300 to keep rabbits out of our garden...Took a week to set 9 posts in cement, drive in seven stakes. Run 120 feet of rabbit fence 28 inches tall. The fence consists of 10-one inch holes at the bottom, then three-two inch spaces followed by three four inch spaces totaling 28 inches tall.The rabbits get on their hind legs and jump through the four inch holes. I had to spend another $100 for three more rolls of 50 foot fence, cut them down 9 inches or so and cover the two and four inch spaces to keep the rabbits out. Home Depot said I have smart rabbits and would not reimburse me for the additional expense nor even the labor involved.I have pictures shot at four frames per second showing the rabbits going through the fence...very unhappy. The fence should be made with all holes at one inch, or at a minimum two inches! June 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works perfectly. I have a dog who waters every tree in my yard, including saplings. With this product, for about $30.00 I removed all his territory. The fencing is strong, lightweight, and flexible enough to handle easily, and with the addition of some homemade hooks, allows me to remove the fence for access to the enclosed area. I'm happy, the trees are now thriving, and the dog has filed a complaint the ASPCA. The fence hooks are to the right of the picture. This is a perfect product. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Using as a Dog Guard I bought this to keep my dog out of my gardens, I put the smaller sections at the top instead of the bottom though. This way I can get my hand through to weed and the bunnies can get away from her. The green blends in much nicer than the silver also. $10 more for the green seems like a lot but it looks way better. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GOOD EASY TO CUT AND SET AND USE ANYONE CAN DO THIS YES YOU CAN July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job I have used the uncoated version in the past and wanted the new one to be a little less visible. Seems to hold up well. June 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Web pricing not reasonable I wasn't very happy. First regarding price. The web site price was over $20 more than the store shelf price and on $50 that is a big difference. Then on one of the rolls (I bought 2) the wire on one of the strands was not welded for 10 feet so I needed to exchange at a store June 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did NOT keep rabbits out This "Rabbit Guard" fencing did NOT keep the rabbits out of our yard. The graduated spacing of the fence mesh allows the rabbits to stand on their legs, and hop through the larger openings further up, which we witnesed. We had to install a second layer of chicken wire to stop the rabbits. June 7, 2016
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