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  • Kim Fujino
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    Hi Robbie and Gary, I just wanted to thank you about your tip about tulle, I have been fighting with a ground hog or some animal eating all my cukes, and zucchini for 3 years, I even stopped growing it, but I finally got to eat a zucchini this year because of your tip, Thank u, thank u!

  • Lucky Gracie
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    Hello Robbie, I truly enjoy your vlogs. My mother loves to garden, but she has been ill and I take care of her. I also,take care of her garden and I hope I don’t kill her plants. Thank you, for the gardening tips.

  • Kathy David
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    Robbie, I actually have green tulle and was planning on putting over my tomato plant. Will this be ok to drape over entire plant which is in a 5 gal bucket.

  • City Homestead
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    I'm going to use something like this as a row cover for new seedlings. I never thought to put it around plants that are getting attacked though. That's a really good idea! What we have a problem with in Tennessee is flea beetles, and squash borers. It looks like the fleas might be able to get through. As for moles and gophers and whatever else digs up underneath plants, what if you use some of it as a planter in the ground so that they couldn't dig a new hole around it? Just dig a hole and line the with the material then fill with soil and plant. but I don't know how cost-effective that would be though.

  • ActivistGranny
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    You should think about becoming an Amazon affiliate so you can add links and make a little money while helping us. I appreciate all you do and have no problem with channels making the most of their time and efforts. One subscriber said Amazon had a 20 yard bolt for $11, that would be a great link.

  • ActivistGranny
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    I use bug netting for bugs and moths but this is great for smaller areas so I don't have to cut up the netting since it is expensive.

  • EdibleAcres
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    I'd be interested to see how chipmunks and red squirrels respond to this material. That has been my absolutely largest concern this growing season. This seems like a really interesting solution… Thanks for sharing this.

  • Candide Thirtythree
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    I got a bunch of orange tulle after Halloween one year and used it to cover tomatoes that were being eaten by tomato horn worm

  • bjquilts29
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    Get it on sale at Joann's. Or use a coupon. I think even Walmart sells it. It comes in several colors. Great idea. I'm going to check to see it I have some in my basement.

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