Trellis and Net Support

I finished cutting and bending the conduit for the trellis and deer net supports today. I took a ten foot piece of half-inch conduit and cut it into a four and six foot piece. The six foot piece becomes a vertical support. I bent the four foot piece 90 degrees in the center and, combined with three others, will make a square that will be attached to the top of the vertical supports. The trellis net will be hung between the uprights on the north side of the box. The deer net will be tied to the top square and will be held secure to the base with shock (bungee) chord.

Netting Support

The support to hold the trellis and deer net.

3 replies on “Trellis and Net Support”

  1. James says:

    Hi,I notice that you have a chain link fence. My back yard is very shaedd and the soil, despite years of amending, is not good. I finally realized that if I were to have any luck in gardening, I’d have to do it in my front yard. This is just not how it is done in America, you know?I decided to plant cucumbers to grow up my chain link fence. What a success!! I gave away many and ate some everyday. The next year, I decided that I really didn’t need that many cucumbers, so I planted some peas and pole beans along the fence. Again, a huge success.The other thing that I have done relative to planting along the fence is to lay a drip hose along the fence and set a timer to run for about 10 minutes a day. I think my front yard will be my victory garden because I had such success with growing there. So many plants like to climb and I used my not attractive for a front yard chain link fence to help and wish I had done so years earlier. Not square foot gardening, chain link fence gardening.

  2. That’s an apt answer to an interesting question

  3. The honesty of your posting shines through

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