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Dangers of using too small mesh...

Ok, so maybe I didn't think this through all the way....


When that one comes ripe, I suppose I'll take a fork and knife and enjoy it right there in the middle of my garden....

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Re: Dangers of using too small mesh...

Well, you get a ring cutter from a jeweler.... :lol:
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Re: Dangers of using too small mesh...

Jaypoc, That would be snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.


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Re: Dangers of using too small mesh...

Mine like to finagle their way to the INSIDE! So they get stuck between the rebar and the stalks that I already tied up....

Silly tomatoes.
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Re: Dangers of using too small mesh...

That's why I switched to the larger 4 inch square reinforcement wire it works great

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