Product Bite: Easy Net Tunnels - the only tunnel with shade netting•
Posted on 2 September 2021
What are Easy Net Tunnels?
Easy Net Tunnels are plant protection for crops grown in rows. They are manufactured from UV stabilised high density 5mm mesh polythene and rust resistant galvanised steel hoops.
What crop are they for?
They’re ideal for any crop that you want to protect from birds and pests such as Cabbages, Carrots, Cauliflowers, Lettuce, Onions and Strawberries.
Where can I use them?
You can use these tunnels anywhere and they are ideal for veg beds and patches.
What's so special about them?
As with all Haxnicks Easy Tunnels™, the Easy Net ones are super quick and easy to use.
Standard size, Length 3m x Height 30cm x Width 45cm
Giant size, Length 3m x Height 45cm x Width 60cm
The Easy Net tunnels have drawstring ends allowing gardeners to control the ventilation in the tunnel by closing the ends, this also allows the full extent of the tunnel to be used, giving greater value for money. Watering can be carried out directly through the net.
Our 3 metre tunnels are not 3 metres at all! The length between the 2 end hoops is 3 metres, but due to the drawstring ends and our generous nature, the standard size measures 3.6m and the giant almost 4m long. For gardeners that means more plants in the row.
A customer favourite for many years, the Haxnick’s Easy Tunnels and Easy Net have been a continuous feature of the grow your own scene receiving excellent reviews and making regular appearances in the gardening press.
Find out more:
See it in action: To see it in action head over to our YouTube channel: HaxnicksEasy Tunnels
Buy it Now: See the full range here Haxnicks Easy Net Tunnel
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