Strawberry Netting 19mm - Made to Order
Windbreak Garden Netting - 50m x 3m Roll
Windbreak Garden Netting - 50m x 2m Roll
Fruit Tree Netting, 20mm Mesh - Made To Order
10mm Manila Fibre Rope - Per Metre
8mm Manila Fibre Rope - Per Metre
Ultra Fine Insect Protection Mesh Garden Netting - 2m Wide
Fruit Cage Netting - Black - 4.75m Wide - 20mm Mesh
Fruit Cage Netting - Plastic - 2m High
Garden/Pond Netting - 100mm Mesh (1.5mm Diameter)
Strong Garden Tie Cord
Plant support net
Greenhouse netting is a type of fabric or material used to support plants in a greenhouse. It is typically made from polypropylene, nylon, or other synthetic materials. Huck nets stock greenhouse netting in various widths, lengths and mesh sizes to accommodate different sized greenhouses.
Once installed, greenhouse netting provides support for plants by holding them in place and keeping them from falling over. Greenhouse shade netting can also provide some protection from the sun and wind.
Greenhouse netting can also be installed on the outside of a greenhouse, around the perimeter or on the roof. It can also be hung from the ceiling or frame of your greenhouse.
Do I need to use greenhouse netting?
No, you don't necessarily need to use greenhouse netting. However, it can be beneficial in supporting plants and providing some protection from the elements such as sun and wind.
How do I install greenhouse netting?
Greenhouse netting can be installed in various ways depending on your needs. It can be hung from the ceiling or frame of your greenhouse, installed on the outside around the perimeter, or even on the roof.
What are the benefits of using greenhouse netting?
There are several benefits to using greenhouse netting. It can support plants and keep them from falling over, provide some protection from the sun and wind, and help to regulate temperature inside the greenhouse.
Does greenhouse netting come in different sizes?
Yes, greenhouse netting is available in different widths, lengths and mesh sizes to accommodate different sized greenhouses.
How often do I need to replace greenhouse netting?
Greenhouse netting typically lasts for several years but may need to be replaced sooner if it becomes damaged or worn.