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We added a conduit metal frame with side "curtains" and a "roof" to our grow box to prevent birds from attacking our plants and to prevent the sun from attacking our plants. It works well here in sunny Arizona where temperatures get up to 115 to 120 degrees in the summer. The curtains are made of netting and are attached to the pole with shower curtain rings. The tarp is attached with bungee cords.
This is a page about protecting tomato plants from animals. We are not the only ones who enjoy a delicious tomato. Deer and even squirrels will help themselves to your garden produce.
This is a page about protecting your garden from fall frost. When the weather turns cold you may want to cover some plants with mulch or covering to extend their production.
This is a page about protecting plants when painting your home. Painting your house is a big job. If you have a lot of plants around the foundation, you will want to protect them before you begin.
This is a page about protecting plants when spraying for weeds. Choosing the proper herbicide and application method is a good start toward protecting your plants.
This is a page about protecting plants from wind. Many plants are susceptible to damage from wind, including drying of leaves, breakage, and even possible uprooting.
This page is about protecting plants from cold weather. There are many plants and vegetables that can weather some chill with protection.