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first-timer101
02-04-14, 09:34 AM
Morning peeps.
Just wondering if anyone could put me in the right direction on where to get a scrog net and what material to look for, was told pea netting will do but not sure if it is strong enough. And can't seem to find the right wire mesh :(

Getting a tent which will be 1.2x1.2 so if anyone could let me know exactly what to look for or even an idea It would be greatly appreciated :) I'm local to a b&q and frequently use eBay if anyone knows what to specifically look for :)

Regards
FT

seanMcPot
02-04-14, 09:39 AM
Could you not get some 1" timer,some small nails and some garden wire and "D-I-Y" a net?


Start by making a 1.2/1.2 mtr frame/box
Then place a nail all the way around each side(1-2 inch apart)
Then use the gardening wire to build up the net
Finish by hanging it inside the grow tent.

O®G@N$©S
02-04-14, 09:40 AM
...chicken wire...some of that green fencing with square shaped holes in...
could make one yourself, build a wooden frame bang in nails around the edge and create a 'net' with string/wire? loads of things you could use.........

seanMcPot
02-04-14, 09:44 AM
Or buy somet like this...

http://www.thctalk.com/gallery/data/500/shopping.jpg (http://www.thctalk.com/gallery/showphoto.php/photo/156841/title/shopping/cat/500)

BudMan
02-04-14, 09:45 AM
Could you not get some 1" timer,some small nails and some garden wire and "D-I-Y" a net?


Start by making a 1.2/1.2 mtr frame/box
Then place a nail all the way around each side(1-2 inch apart)
Then use the gardening wire to build up the net
Finish by hanging it inside the grow tent.

Was just about to say this. This is exactly what I would do. Probably cost less than a fiver to knock up. Could even make a leg for each corner so it stands instead of suspending it some how.

seanMcPot
02-04-14, 09:47 AM
Could even make a leg for each corner so it stands instead of suspending it some how.

I was going to mention that as well but if it did ever need raising it would be easyer if it was tied off at the top but yeah its always an option.

Easy
02-04-14, 09:49 AM
http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/04/02/ydy2y6u4.jpg
I use this stuff

Notorious WD
02-04-14, 09:53 AM
http://www.growell.co.uk/budbox-utility-shelf.html

Perfect for the job.

Alzy
02-04-14, 10:18 AM
Why not just use a cargo net for a roof rack or trailer.
Can get them 1.2x1.2 also on fleabay

first-timer101
02-04-14, 10:48 AM
Went out for a j and come back to all these suggestions :D thanks gents big help :) I'll get looking and see what to do :joint: