*PLEASE NOTE: SPARE COVERS ONLY - POPADOME TUNNEL IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE*
The Popadome Crop Protection Tunnel Spare covers are available as a PVC Cloche Cover, Fleece Cover and an Insect Mesh cover, all designed to fit the Popadome Crop Protection Tunnel.
The covers are designed to protect your plants during the various weather conditions the british climate can throw at them. The PVC style cloche cover provides superb protection against harsh weather and helps to create a warm micro climate within the cloche. It can also be used to warm the soil prior to planting. The Fleece cover is designed to protect the plants from frost damage and will also offer protection from bad weather. The Insect Mesh cover is ideal in the warmer months to stop insects damaging your crops.
All of the covers are UV treated to give them a long life and have easy double zip access and stainless steel eyelets making them easy to peg into place.
- Spare Covers designed to fit Popadome Crop Protection Tunnel (currently unavailable)
- PVC Cloch, Fleece & Insect Mesh Covers available
- Made with UV treated materials to last for years
- Measures 1.8m L x 0.6m W x 0.45m H
- Easy double zip access
- Stainless Steel Eyelets for securing in place
Great product - just what I needed to protect our strawberries from the local cats!!!
I've had other tunnels, and the sparrows usually wriggle under the edges meaning I had to pin all along, which made it difficult to access for weeding and harvesting. This product has a tape around the base which seems to stop the pesky sparrows, and the zip makes it easier to access without having to remove the whole tunnel. Wish the tape was a little wider (like the domes), just to be sure.
We bought this product after losing all our kale plants wihin 24 hours when the pigeons had descended en masse to leave only stalks. That was after clouds of cabbage white butterflies had flocked to them to lay their eggs. This product is excellent for protecting strawberry plants from the eager birds, but not quite tall/rigid enough as we had expected to allow the kale to grow to its normal height before stopped by the cover netting..