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Plastic Aviary Netting Is of the High-Quality and Endurance Aviaries are Modern Enclosures to Grow and Protect Poultry or Crop   How many times have we visited the Zoological Garden enjoying watching the birds and thinking of how was their life in the aviary? Aviary is not a classical cage. It is a large limited […]


All about the construction of trellises for hops Hops are the flowers (or seed cones) of the hop plant. If you think you haven’t heard of this creeper or have never consumed it, think again. Have you ever heard beer being referred to as ‘hoppy?’ That is because the hop flower is used primarily as […]


How can I make use of chicken wire in paper mache? Using chicken wire in paper mache is just another way that this material shows us its incredible versatility. Chicken wire is a great option for use around the farm, the home and industrial settings. Other uses include deer fencing, stucco netting, tree and shrub […]


Artistic possibilities with chicken wire art Chicken wire art is a great representation of the diversified uses of chicken wire. In a world where sustainability is of key importance, it brings a little bit of peace, knowing that we have products of such impressive levels of versatility available to us. The artistic use of chicken […]


What factors influence cucumber trellis height? Using a cucumber trellis to support your plants is the best way to grow beautiful and healthy cucumbers. Over the years many gardeners have learned the hard way that allowing your cucumber vines to spread out on the ground reduces the productivity of the plant due to disease and […]


Learn More about the Benefits of Using Cucumber Netting Cucumbers are fruits from Cucurbitaceae family. They are scientifically called Cucumis sativus, and they belong to the similar family as pumpkin, zucchini, watermelon and other summer squash types. The plants where cucumbers grow are creeping vines that develop these edible, cylindrical fruits all year round. Cucumbers […]