Why You Need Garden Netting
Many gardeners and growers are often frustrated when the plants they’ve nurtured throughout the year are repeatedly attacked by pest birds. It’s not uncommon for entire crops of robust fruits and vegetables to be totally destroyed in a matter of days by flocks of invading birds. Bird pests, like crows, will devour freshly planted sweet corn seeds and other vegetables. Crowned sparrows, finches, and robins can quickly lay waste to an entire vegetable crop, pecking holes and damaging plants until they are virtually inedible. Small fruit trees (like peach and apricot) are also vulnerable to pest birds. Some birds will even dig up and eat vegetable seeds before they’re given the opportunity to sprout. Pest birds also have a nasty habit of nibbling on tiny sprouts, destroying them before they can produce fruit. Losses due to pest birds can be frustrating and very costly, considering the time and energy you put into your crops.
Garden Netting Creates a Physical Bird Barrier
Garden netting is a highly effective bird deterrent recommended by bird control experts. Garden Netting creates a temporary physical barrier that keeps birds from getting at fruit and vegetable plants, fruit trees, berry bushes, gardens, vineyards, eaves and other areas. Without effective bird netting, pest birds will continue to attack and destroy your fruits and vegetables.
Garden Netting is Humane and Cost Effective
Garden netting is the low cost, low profile solution to pest birds, yet it allows sunshine, fresh air and rainfall to fully benefit every plant. Garden Netting solves the bird pest problem effectively and humanely. There’s no need to resort to avicides (bird poisons); traps, or other lethal means (not a good idea, since many birds are protected by local, state and federal laws).