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Tenax 3 ft. H x 15 ft. L Polyethylene Hardware Net - Ace.

Tenax hardware net is perfect to create a protective border around vegetable gardens, trees or on balconies to prevent objects and people from falling off. This strong tough netting can be used to prevent pets or pests from climbing over railing and split-rail fence or can even be used as a gutter.

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Tips for Deterring Deer | Better Homes & Gardens

Once deer discover your yard as a delectable deli, they will hop fences, ignore scare tactics, and show up like clockwork to devour plant after plant.

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San Diego Sail Shades 16'x14' Rectangle (Sandy Beach.

Shade Sails are the most cost effective shade solution per square foot! Shade Sails protect and shade your outdoor areas. Also known as Sun Sails, shade sails make beautiful additions to your patio, backyard, or other outdoor areas, while providing excellent …

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Jim's Favorite Garden Cucumber Vegetable Seeds

Cucumber is a tender, warm-season vegetable that produces well when given proper care and protection. The vines of standard varieties grow rapidly and require substantial space.

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Weed & Grass Killer - Weed Control & Vegetation Killer at.

About Weed & Vegetation Kill. Weeds can quickly take over an outdoor area. Whether you’re looking to clear out a wide area of weeds or target smaller patches, Ace Hardware can help match you up with the exact vegetation killer or weed burner you need.

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201 Stunning Living Room Flooring Ideas for 2018 (All Types)

Hardwood flooring is a classic and favorite choice amongst homeowners looking to upgrade their floors. Available in hues ranging from light, medium, to dark, hardwood flooring is a wonderful way to give your home a timeless elegance and luxurious feel.

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How to Remove and Prevent Black Algae Stains on Asphalt.

If you live in a humid area of the country, you’ve probably seen unsightly dark streaks on asphalt shingle roofs. Though often attributed to an accumulation of dirt, defective shingles, mold, or mildew; the most common culprit is actually a blue-green algae known as Gloeocapsa Magma that is spread by airborne spores.. While algae growth does little harm to roofing, the stains don’t help.

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