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As Seen on Canna Cribs – Common Culture Trellis Netting
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Common Culture Trellis Netting is an effective and economical way to support climbing vegetables and heavy crops using its versatile polypropylene mesh. Common Culture Trellis Netting is a resistant but lightweight trellis between and over gardens, flower beds or hydroponic systems. Common Culture Trellis Netting facilitates the desired growth form of lush vegetables, rich foliage, and beautiful flowering plants. Theromoplastic product subject to +/-5% variations in size. Extruded and stretched in hot water, roll may contain moisture and condensation which affect neither the product nor the crop.

Due to its durability and practical nature, Common Culture Trellis Netting is being used by many agriculturalists and floriculturists. Common Culture Trellis Netting works extremely well for a variety of growing techniques, both vertical and horizontal. It is easy to handle, simple to install and will not tangle. 6 in x 6 in reach-through holes. Heavy-duty, long-lasting trellis netting features 6″ reach-through mesh that allows the trellis to handle more weight, remain taut, and provide strong support for growing crops.

Common Culture Trellis Netting Features:
6″ Mesh
4′ (48″) wide x 4920′ long
Made from high-density polyethylene
Chemical resistant and UVA stabilized for long life
Reduces damage from ground-rot, insects, rodents, and garden pests
Produces bigger, healthier, and earlier harvests
Rot and rustproof
Increases harvest from small garden spaces and keeps produce clean
Trellis netting rolled in bulk commercial size for easy application
Ideal for tomatoes, beans, grapes, clematis, sweet peas, and other vining plants
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Table of Contents;
00:00 opening
00:15 Intro with Nate Lipton
00:47 Wasted Light
01:07 Reduce your Larf
02:13 How to Install Your trellis Netting
02:40 The Inverse Square Law
03:53 Preparing Plants for Trellising
06:40 Trellising Tips and Tricks
08:08 In Conclusion
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24 thoughts on “As Seen on Canna Cribs – Common Culture Trellis Netting

  1. Someone suggested this after i was down about the fattest top being covered in white fluff. All mold…..not sure if too close to the light or what. humidity in the room was low high heat.

  2. Great video – liked and subscribed πŸ‘ Very clear and educational, and I've had a few grows with no trellis or scrog, and looking seriously at this.

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