- poly deer fence
When thinking about plastic vs metal deer fencing, the answer to which type to buy may appear obvious at first, but the truth is there are several reasons why plastic fencing may be a better fit for gardeners. Let's examine.
While metal fencing is stronger than plastic fencing, it also comes with a price tag. Not every gardeners needs a heavy duty fence if they aren't dealing with lots of deer on properties; rabbits; coyotes; and other types of chewing animals. For home growers that only see light to moderate deer pressure on lawns, poly deer fence is appropriate.
In our opinion, poly deer fencing is easier to install - it is lightweight and easy to manage for homeowners of all ages. The plastic fence is not only durable but long-lasting - living up to 20+ years in all weather environments. It can also be used to protect small dogs in yards - keeping domestic pets securely in and wildlife out.
Plastic deer fence is the way to go for homeowners looking for temporary or permanent deer management solutions in gardens and can be used around flower beds and other organic gardening areas.
When considering to buy deer fence, it is best to think about a few things such as the type of animals destroying the gardening site and if fencing will be a permanent or temporary solution. Sometimes, the word plastic gets a bad rep. People translate plastic to be flimsy or cheap; but poly deer fence is [...]
Poly fence gets a bad rep. The minute potential buyers read that the fence mesh is plastic, customers immediately decide that it is cheap, flimsy and won't last; but plastic deer fence is so much more than plastic. It is used to keep out deer; secure small dogs and even non-chewing livestock animals such as [...]
Basic deer fence rolls will keep out deer; but deer fence complete with accessories will keep out just about everything. When we ask our clients what they are looking for in a garden fence, they usually answer with words like "strong," unstoppable," or "impenetrable." This is why we highly recommend adding a line of monofilament [...]
If you are a gardener using poly deer fencing, you may think that you are in the clear for any type of wildlife damage. Think again. If deer aren't a particular concern to you, instead be concerned about the damage caused by small critters.Small rodents, such as rabbits, ground hogs and gophers use their teeth [...]
It's a new year; and what better way to move forward than with a well-cared-for organic vegetable garden? Eating organically isn't just good for you and your family; but it is good for your pocket book. By growing your own vegetables and fruits, you are turning a hobby into a daily lifestyle. Did you know [...]