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Tenax Hortonova Trellis Net SM 48 in. x 250 ft.. White, 2A150029

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Tenax Hortonova Trellis Net SM 48 in. x 250 ft.. White, 2A150029
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Tenax Hortonova Trellis Net is the polypropylene mesh that has revolutionized the climbing vegetable cultivation system. It has replaced metal meshes, iron trellises and perishable materials, like Bamboo reeds or wood, traditionally used to create support and separation frames. It is produced from top quality polypropylene and made through a unique dual stretching and extrusion process that ensures optimum strength and maximum lifespan. Light and easy to install, UV treated, resistant to bacteria, chemicals and mold, it is ideal for growing cut flowers and climbing vegetables.

  • Increases exposure to sunlight and facilitates photosynthesis
  • Small Mesh (SM) size: 5.9 in. x 5.9 in. (mesh can vary by +/- maximum 10%)
  • Lightweight, packaged in clear bag
  • Tensile Strength: 78 lb./ft.
  • Increases air circulation/Helps to get a more abundant harvest
Install Tenax Hortonova polypropylene mesh vertically to grow climbing vegetables such as peas, beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, zucchini, and climbing pumpkins. Install Tenax Hortonova polypropylene mesh horizontally to grow cut flowers such as carnations, chrysanthemums, daisies, gladioli, lilies, orchids, roses, etc.

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CountryofOrigin: Imported
Shape: Quadrangular White Mesh Netting
Special Feature(s): UV treated & resistant to bacteria, chemicals and mold
Product Height: 48 in.
Part Number: 2A150029
Brand: Tenax
Product Weight: 2 lb.
Application/Use: Vertical use, for HORTICULTURE & Horizontal use, for FLORICULTURE
Type: Trellis Netting for Climbing Vegetables, Flowers, etc.
Product Width: 20 in. Bag Width
Product Length: 250 ft.
Material: Polypropylene
Manufacturer Part Number 2A150029
Tenax Hortonova Trellis Net SM 48 in. x 250 ft.. White, 2A150029 is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Trellis This product was easy to install. Our plants are just beginning to “run” so I’m anxious to see how it holds up under the weight.
Date published: 2020-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Low Labor Trellising My background: life-long gardener, currently working a 1500 sq. ft. family plot in the Dallas, Tx area. I'm a first time user of this product - so I may not have used it long enough to have found any problems with it. The cost seems about reasonable at 20 cents per foot given the value of my labor. So far, this looks to be a great, fast method for trellising pole beans. I place a t-post about every eight feet along my bean rows to support the net. Laying out the net goes very quickly once you find the beginning of it on the roll. I attach the net to the t-posts using zip-ties at about one foot intervals. More or less t-posts and zip-ties might be used depending on the weight of the vines. So far this season, it looks like I should have gotten the 67 inch wide material instead of the 48 for my beans. I'm also trying this product to trellis tomatoes. So far it's holding up to their weight, but I thinking I might need to add some more posts later as the vines fruit out. I'm having to train the tomatoes to vine into the trellis. I'm thinking that next time that I should use two parallel runs on either side of the tomato rows to cage in the vines to avoid the labor of weaving the vines into the trellis. Next year I'm going try this product on melons. The mesh appears strong, so we'll see what its limit is. I currently use feedlot panels to vine my melons vertically. Unknowns: Is the materials UV resistance good enough for Texas' sun and long growing season? I've seen a You-Tuber grower in Georgia using it without compliants. What's disposal going to like? Can it be re-used?
Date published: 2020-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The New Standard Light weight yet durable. Easy to set up, take down, and store for winter.
Date published: 2020-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strong material Pretty sturdy and easy to unfold with another person, material is so strong it does not stretch,not sure how it's going to handle the weather elements just bought it. the one bad thing on it is a waste of about 6" combined on top and bottom along the whole net. I'm using it as a trellis for my black berries .
Date published: 2020-05-22
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