Defend Your Harvest!
You love birds, we love birds, everybody loves birds…as long as they don’t eat the fruit and berries off of your trees and shrubs!
Now you can keep those bounty-stealing animals off your harvest with FGT bird netting.
Unlike other thin plastic nets, your bird net from FGT is crafted from a whopping 5/8” thick polypropylene, so no more annoying tangles while you unroll the net over your trees and shrubs. It’s so thick that it will even deter deer and other critters from munching on your food!
Even better? Your net is coated with UV inhibitors so you can use it year-round to protect your crop from budding until picking.
You’ve invested in plants for at-home food production, now protect your harvest with a bird net – the safe and proven way to keep animals off your crop!
Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.
|Amount of Order||Shipping Charge|
|Less than $15||$11.95|
|$149 +||FREE SHIPPING!|
Customer Reviews & Photos
- strawberry patch
I purchased the bird netting to use with my Star Jasmine. I have a carport that I wanted to grow a privacy barrier to block the view of my neighbors house. I planted 3 Jasmine plants and ran the bird netting from one end to the other of the carport. It's working perfectly! I've had it up less than a week and the Jasmine shoots are already finding their way weaving through the netting. The netting is very fine and you can't see it unless you're standing next to it. I highly recommend this netting.
very good quality, light weight protects birds.
I used this netting to cover a strawberry patch that birds and squirrels were raiding. The netting covered it perfectly, with about two feet to spare. Birds and squirrels thwarted.
Will use this netting to protect fruit on Blue Berry Bushes.
Product was easy to set up and had no holes or any problems. I was also glad to see that it did not tangle when I was setting it up.