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The allotment garden is bursting into life and as crops mature they attract the attention of birds, bunnies, and insects. Short of standing outside and shooing them away, it’s important to keep juicy greens and plump berries netted. Now more than ever since it’s turning out to be the year of the pheasant for me!
Pheasants have been digging up my potatoes, decimating my sweet peas, and making a real nuisance of themselves in our community garden. There’s other wildlife eyeing up my veggies too! Pigeons, cabbage white butterflies, and carrot root fly to name a few.
This year I’m using three types of netting that will keep the critters at bay and I’ll run you through each in this video. Not only that, but I’m draping them over some very snazzy high-quality aluminium hoops. They create space for plants to grow, look great, and will last for years. The same goes for the netting.
In this video:
✽ a look at the crops I have growing in the garden in May
✽ Soft butterfly netting for the cabbage white butterfly & pheasants
✽ Veggiemesh netting for the carrot root fly
✽ Super soft bird netting for pigeons and other berry eating birds
✽ Aluminium hoops for the netting to fit over
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