Superior plant and row protector.
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TunLcover is rated out of 5 by 5.Rated 4 out of 5 by NormanGardener from Really helpful! I used these row covers this spring and they were really helpful. We have very variable weather here in Oklahoma, and these row covers helped keep a crop of spring greens safe from freezing temperatures. It also protected them well from spring hail storms with minimal damage to the row covers themselves. My vegetable garden has rows about half the length of these covers and I simply cut the covers in half and they worked great. Looking forward to using them again this fall!Date published: 2014-09-21Rated 4 out of 5 by Saunders84 from Great Product This is my first year using this product but man do I love it. Only way you could make it better would be to have some sort of zipper or draw string on the ends to close up.. Do that and this product would be perfectDate published: 2014-04-11Rated 5 out of 5 by NorthWisconsinGardener from The BEST We LOVE this product! In the past, we have tried Walls of Water in our Zone 3 garden and found them to be so much hassle that we avoid setting them up like the plague. We tried the TunLcover this spring and LOVED IT! We ordered two more for next year. Regarding the person who cut it in half and it blew off... it is designed with a flap that hangs to the ground that you can secure with a rock. If an end is cut open the wind could come in and lift it off, and also the cold air would get in. Just a thought. Anyway, we will be using these every spring. They store so easily because they accordion into a flat position and can be slid back into the box. Walls of Water were always wet... and we never did find a good way to dry them out for storage.Date published: 2013-07-09Rated 3 out of 5 by Scarecrow from Mixed review! I used this produce this year to cover my lettuce in mid May. I cut in half to 8 feet for two rows. I had to check it every day to see if the wind had blown it across the yard. I believe it has value, but it could go in the ground a little deeper. The crop of lettuce failed on June 10 due to 25 degree temperature for more than 6 hours. This is not made for that kind of cold.Date published: 2012-08-14Rated 5 out of 5 by K26kv from TunLcover I cut my covers into two pieces and they covered two rows in my 4x8 raised garden. The covers helped to keep my cucumbers warm in the cool spring that we are experiencing this year and they helped to keep my cats away from the new plants. They are easy to store, I folded mine up and slipped them into a reusable shopping bag and they will be ready to go next spring.Date published: 2011-05-22