DeWitt Deluxe Pond Netting .25in Mesh, 10ft x 12ft
This UV-treated Polyethylene pond netting prevents leaves and other debris from accumulating in pond environments. Using nets in and around your pond can also protect fish and other pond life from predators such as birds.
DeWitt Deluxe Pond Netting .25in Mesh 10ft x 12ft
- Made from high quality UV treated polyethylene
- Makes pond cleanup easy
- Easy Installation
- Fine 1/4" mesh provides superior protection from predators and debris
- Dark color blends in with pond surface
Pond netting prevents leaves and other debris from accumulating in pond environments while allowing the transference of sunlight, air and moisture. Reducing the amount of organic debris in your pond can help prevent the growth of algae.
Using nets in and around your pond can also protect fish and other pond life from predators especially herons and other birds.
Netting can be a permanent fixture in water gardens, remaining above the water year round. UV- treated, polyethylene strands make up this Deluxe netting with 1/4 inch hole openings. It is easy to use and install. Its dark color allows it to blend in against liners, and comes in a range of sizes to meet your pond's needs.
Strand Count: 1.5 x 1.3 per inch
Tensile Strength: MD 19 lbf/3” CD 19 lbf/3”
Unit Ship Weight: 3 lbs
Lay netting across the surface of the pond, secure with stakes around the perimeter every few feet. If the netting sags into the water, inexpensive PVC pipe frames can be used for support. Attach pond netting with ties. The netting should ideally be supported above the water level so that as little as possible is in contact with the water surface. This reduces any risk of fish entanglement, and slows leaf decay.
Periodically, leaves should be removed from the netting. If frames are used, turn them over onto the lawn and remove leaves with a rake or drag away. If using stakes, remove them and fold netting in half. Either flip the leaves out drag it away. We recommend that larger sections of netting be handled by two or more people so as to minimize spillage.