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Deluxe Bird Barricades, 7 Ft. x 20 Ft.

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# BB720
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Weight: 2.00 lbs

A humane way to deter animals!

Are pesky animals eating your prized plants? Are birds invading your garden? If so, the DeWitt Deluxe Bird Barricade is for you!DeWitt designed this mesh barricade to be effective, yet safe for both animals and the environment. They make this netting by bonding strands of polyethylene together, leaving 1/4-inch openings. This UV-treated material lasts longer than standard mesh barricades.To use, drape the netting over vegetation. Be sure to elevate the netting approximately 6 inches above plants where possible. Secure the netting by setting anchor pins along the edges to anchor it into the ground. Alternatively, you can gather the draping and secure it around the trunks of fruit trees using zip ties.When protection is no longer needed, store the netting away from sunlight. This extends the life of the product, allowing you to use it for more than one season!This netting measures 7 feet by 20 feet.


  • Material: Polyethylene
  • Opening size: 1/4-inch
  • Dimensions: 7 feet x 20 feet

Product Features

  • Safe, humane pest protection
  • Use for fruits and vegetables
  • UV inhibitors for increased durability
  • Storing away from direct sunlight will prolong use year after year

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

5 Stars

Deer netting Kat from WY wrote July 10, 2019

Bird Barricade works just perfect for keeping deer out of my squash and tomatoes very good quality.

5 Stars

Deluxe Bird Barricade used to collect Acorns Tina from OH wrote June 24, 2019

I bought these flexible plastic nets to use in the collection of an insane amount of acorns that drop from 2 huge 60 year old city oak trees in my front yard. Every Fall they drop so many and the acorns germinate in my lawn in the Spring. They do not go away with the lawnmower, they can only be pulled. I pulled hundreds up every year until I got these nets. I bought 5 and they worked great!! In late August or early September I placed them on the grass and secured them with short bamboo sticks, pulling them tight to give some air space above the grass and to keep them from blowing since they are lightweight. I had to empty then periodically and left them up for a day or two to let the grass really breath and to cut the grass. I saved the acorns for the deer. Once the acorns finished dropping (maybe early-mid Nov) I pulled them up before the leaves really started falling. This Spring I’ve pulled out less than a dozen sprouting acorns and these nets saved my yard, back, and sanity because I was going nuts :) I highly recommend them for a use in addition to their intended use as bird barricades.

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