Rigid Seedling Protector Tubes

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Rigid Seedling Protector Tubes

Tubes naturally photodegrade in 2 to 4 years

  • Long-term protection of newly planted tree seedlings
  • Netting prevents animals from reaching the growing plants

These economical tubes are an effective method for long-term protection of newly planted tree seedlings. Protect against deer, elk, rabbits, mountain beavers and other pests that could cause damage. Netting prevents animals from reaching the growing plants. Over the course of 2 to 4 years, UV light causes the tubes to photodegrade and naturally disintegrate. Support seedling protector tubes with biodegradable bamboo stakes, sold separately. USA made.

NOTE: It is a good idea to use bamboo stakes that are atleast one foot longer than the protector tubes. This allows for a sufficient amount of bamboo to be placed in the ground while still having enough above ground to support the protector tube.

NOTE: Shipped by motor freight. Charges to be determined when order is placed.

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5.0

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Keeps Animals In/Out
  • Photodegrades
  • Solid Construction
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Protect Garden
    • Wildland Plantings

    Comments about Rigid Seedling Protector Tubes:

    I have long disliked those solid plastic tubes for plant protection. They restrict air flow,overheat, are unsightly,and must be physically removed/recycled
    Previous mesh protectors were too expensive. Now I can do my reforestation work with less expense and labor. Cheers!!

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