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Corrugated Tree Guards, 4-Foot Length, 2-Inch Diameter, Bundle of 10

  • 3 Stars
Corrugated Tree Guards, 4-Foot Length, 2-Inch Diameter, Bundle of 10
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# NP248
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Weight: 4.60 lbs

Tough on protection, easy on the wallet!

These Corrugated Tree Guards feature an LDPE construction. This material makes them more pliable than other tree guards. These guards measure 2 inches in diameter and 4 feet in length. Sold in bundles of 10.The first few years of growth are vital to young trees. Use these guards to protect your saplings from animals, weather, and equipment during this critical time.Our Corrugated Tree Guards last up to 5 years. The LDPE material is softer than other types of plastic, so it will not scratch tender bark. The UV-treated guards resist both sun and water. This resistance enables them to withstand rain and watering without deterioration.


  • Material: Low-density polyethylene
  • Diameter (inches): 2
  • Length (feet): 4
  • Bundle count: 10

Product Features

  • Corrugated LDPE tree guards
  • UV-treated and weather resistant
  • Sold in bundles

Product Benefits

  • Protect your young trees from deer, rodents, and equipment damage
  • Prevent sun scalding
  • Softer LDPE material will not scratch bark
  • Last up to 5 years when left on the tree

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

1 Star

NOT TRUE TO ADVERTISED LENGTH Burt the Cop from IA wrote December 18, 2017

Buyer Beware: Notified AM Leo about the discrepancy of the advertised length of these guards being shorter in length. This was some of an issue for us as we were cutting them for sapping protection hoping to get three guards of 16" each, uh no! Customer Service was not overly concerned

5 Stars

Saved my cottonwood chris from AZ wrote June 14, 2016

Deer were eating bark from young cottonwood. These guards stopped it without harming the tree or the deer.

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