Our “Wildlife Safe” Bird Netting is an excellent protective option. It has many advantages over other varieties:
- A wildlife Friendly option (Low risk to Bats / Birds)
- 5mm x 5mm Mesh keeps small birds and other pests out
- Low Shade
- UV treated and affordable pricing
This netting is primarily used for large expansive coverings and residential backyard fruit trees.
- Colour: Black
- Manufacture: Knotless Polyethylene
- Mesh Size: 5mm x 5mm
- GSM (Grams per Sq Metre) : 55
- Overall Bundle Size : 10m x 10m
- Other: UV Treated
- Orchards (commercial and residential)
- Vegetable Gardens
- Backyard Fruit trees
Laws relating to household use in Victoria (NOT applicable for Commercial growers)
Recent new regulations have been introduced in the State of Victoria which affects the sale and purchase off certain styles of bird netting for fruit tree use in households only. The law states that fruit netting for Household use must have a mesh-size of 5 mm x 5 mm or less. Based on this criteria this particular netting is SUITABLE for sale into VIC for personal household use.
The results speak for themselves
I recently purchased the Wildlife safe 5mm Diamond Netting - I was so happy that it was available in the size that worked for my new garden extension. It came in 2 days which was well worth the extra $10 and the quality of the netting was so easy to put up and makes the garden look so posh now!!
Customer service very helpful, delivery was very quick, the netting is excellent.
Fantastic experience ! Order arrived in less than 3 days when previously advised it would be 7 days. Good communication and service. Product is great ,much better than expected.Would buy from Haverford again without hesitation.Ron
Fruit tree bird netting - wildlife safe
The lorikeets are very unhappy about those nets. I, on the other hand, am very pleased that we will get to eat some apples and plums! The net is good. The delivery was very prompt. Am about to order some more.
Just the right size for my fig tree and has managed to keep the birds locked out. Always had trouble with birds finding their way in with two nets joined together and getting trapped. I will be able to share lots of figs with friends and family this year.