Commonly referred to as Pea Netting, Bean Netting, or Scrog Netting, Trellis Netting is large, open, 6″x6″ mesh is also ideal for cucumbers, squashes, etc. Raises yields by increasing exposure to air and sunlight, thus reducing ground rot while optimizing garden space. Also ideal for ornamental climbers such as sweet peas, ivies, etc. Does not tangle like other large open mesh netting.
Inert to agricultural fertilizers, does not leach metals or chemicals, strong UV resistance for outside growing, does not heat up causing burn damage to plants and can be used horizontally and vertically to support large plants. Don’t miss out!
Made in Washington state, USA. USDA Food Grade compliant.
- Extruded polypropylene
- Clear, white & green
- 6″x 6″ mesh openings
- Rated to 28 lbs per strand
- UV stabilized
- Life Expectancy: 5+ years
- INCREASES CROP YIELD
How to use Trellis Netting:
Climbing Vines, Beans, Peas etc.
Secure sturdy poles at intervals, fasten one side of netting to the first pole with staples, nails or lacing (allow 4-6″ or 10-15cm clearance from the ground). Stretch netting to second pole and fasten. Continue procedure for additional poles. For maximum support, anchor poles to ground using our Poly Line, Anchor Stakes and Poly Line Tensioners.
Squash, Cucumbers, Melons, etc.
Stretch netting to second pole and fasten. Continue procedure for additional poles. For extra support, suspend netting from our Poly Line and anchor to ground using our Anchor Stakes and Poly Line Tensioners.
Flower Netting & Scrog Netting
Our Plant Support Netting is used in a multitude of crops, whether horizontally to keep flowers stems supported and straight, to prevent greenhouse grown potted plants from blowing over from fan directed air, or to support, train, and prevent rot in vegetable plots. Used vertically for commercially grown bean, peas, etc. this product will also help support branches against wind and rain, when erected on both sides of the crop (sandwiching). Life expectancy of 5+ years.
Read our blog post about trellis systems here.