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Plant Cover Bags, Insect Bird Barrier Netting Mesh with Drawstring Garden Bug NettingPlant Cover Bags, Insect Bird Barrier Netting Mesh with Drawstring Garden Bug Netting

Convenient and sturdy:

Garden bug netting with a convenient drawstring design is easy and flexible to use, just cover the plants with a bird netting, and then tighten the drawstring to effectively protect plants.

Help plant grow well:

The plants can be watered directly through the garden net and ensure enough sunlight and air while protecting your plants at the same time, helping your plants grow well in your garden

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Various occasions:

Plant cover bags can be applied in greenhouses, gardens, nurseries, patio and more, protect your plants or vegetables, including fruit trees, patio trees, tomatoes, vegetables, flowers, grow box systems and shrubs, which also can also be applied as a grain storage bag to hold harvested grain

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