I used it to give my chicken(s) more privacy within a 10ft X 10ft Kennel. Installed it several years ago, and still holding up! They did peck at it and possibly ate some of it, but they are alive and kicking. One of my oldest hens is 11 years old, so it did not do them any harm. Remember that Pandas do eat bamboo. They will peck at it but chicken and parrots are so smart, they soon realize it is not food, so I would not worry too much, HOWEVER, know that several inches will be chewed away. just use for privacy and not to secure them anywhere - they will peck at it and find their way through the bamboo fence - it is meant for semi privacy; not complete privacy. Hope all this helps!
bamboo is wood, but not very absorbant, so I do not know how well a wood stain will work.
Not good as a buffer. This fencing works best as a privacy measure. Specifically, it works best when attached to another (already stabilized) fence.
Amy, You can but we recommend to consult with your local garden specialist for help and the safest way to cut the reed fence.
it is bamboo. No wheat in bamboo. bamboo is an excellent wood.
I guess so.
They sell the 4ft, or 2ft. I would by TWO rolls of 2ft and just double them up... don't know what you are using it for, but if it is privacy, it would not hurt to double it, as these things are completely see through fro a distance.
According to the Info/Care Guide, Reed Fencing cannot (should not) be painted. They do recommend wetting it down occasionally.
Feels like thread and is not tightly wrapped.
Yes, that's the best way to hang it.