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Buy Light duty fruit cage: Create sturdy temporary or permanent protection for the garden or allotment with this easy self-assembly fruit cage.<br><br>Made from 16mm and 12.7mm aluminium tubes with a weather-resistant coating and build-a-ball joints, the cage is lightweight but strong and features spiked feet and pegs for extra stability.<br><br>The innovative design means it can be easily modified or extended in any direction - upwards, left or right - to let you change the size and shape as needed.<br><br>Supplied with high-quality woven 20mm mesh netting with UV protection.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Square high - L100cm x W100cm x H125cm<br>Rectangle high - L250cm x W125cm x H125cm

Create sturdy temporary or permanent protection for the garden or allotment with this easy self-assembly fruit cage.

Made from 16mm and 12.7mm aluminium tubes with a weather-resistant coating and build-a-ball joints, the cage is lightweight but strong and features spiked feet and pegs for extra stability.

The innovative design means it can be easily modified or extended in any direction - upwards, left or right - to let you change the size and shape as needed.

Supplied with high-quality woven 20mm mesh netting with UV protection.

Measurements:
Square high - L100cm x W100cm x H125cm
Rectangle high - L250cm x W125cm x H125cm

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Great for keeping the birds off young brassicas

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We have a problem with birds eating through young brassicas but this gave them a good start to the stage when the birds left them alone. Slightly fiddly to assemble and not especially pretty but I will definitely use it again this spring.

Margo

Dorset

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To protect my strawberry patch. Lightweight and easy to put together.

Rozzie

East sussex

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