Anti-mole netting installation


anti-mole netting laid horizontally to protect new vegetable gardens against moles

anti-mole netting laid horizontally to protect new vegetable gardens against moles


Anti-mole netting horizontal application, for new gardens and gardens under construction

If you’re creating a new lawn, install TENAX mole-netting S38 before the turf is laid.

Simply place the TENAX anti-mole netting S38 over the ground at a depth of around 10-15 cm before the new lawn is sown.
Using 2x200 m maxi rolls that can cover large sections of land immediately makes the operation easy.

2. After laying the anti-mole mesh, cover with soil and proceed with the creating the vegetable or flower garden. In this way, the moles will not be able to get at the crop roots and your garden will be protected.

With existing lawns, it is necessary to remove the turf top layer, install the anti-mole net and lay the turf back in place over the net.



mole digging molehills
Moles dig molehills that damage the lawn.

anti-mole netting laid vertically to protect already existing vegetable gardens against moles anti-mole netting for already existing vegetables gardens

Anti-mole netting vertical installation: for existing flower and vegetable gardens

Dig the ground around the area to be protected, at a depth of approximately 110 cm and at a sufficient width to place the mesh into the ground.

Slide the TENAX anti-mole netting 1 m into the trench. The high flexibility and lightness of the 1 x 200 m maxi rolls makes this task easier.

Cover the trench with soil. The anti-mole mesh will prevent moles from getting at the sown areas, the roots will be protected and crops will thrive.

a perfect lawn without molehills
A perfect vegetagle garden and a compact turf without molehills damage. The anti-mole netting prevents moles coming up to damage the turf.