Hi everyone.....Diana here from Penrith......rather than pay a handyman to do this for me can anyone give me some SIMPLE suggestions on how to do timber/sleeper borders around my 2 fig trees to stop the birds from biting into the figs .....then I need some sort of support system to put bird meshing over......ANY simple suggetions will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much
That should be supported by your fig trees and pegged into the ground.
If your going just 1 row high I would use -
Or as an alternative -
If you must have a frame -
Could use coach screws or batten screws.
Not all sleepers are created equal, it pays to pick and choose carefully for as straight and twist free as you can get.
You will also need a drill and or impact driver, nutsetter/impact bits and as a beginer a drill bit/s for pilot holes.
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There's also information on how to install garden edging around a tree on the Bunnings website that you might find useful. I will attach the video below.
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Can I please ask a potentially stupid question because I'm curious? How would borders around the trees stop the birds? Or is just for attaching the nets to?