Duranet anti-mole nets keep moles out of lawns in an effective and animal-friendly manner.
Material: rot-resistant UV stabilised polypropylene. Mesh size: approx. 17mm x 20mm.
The extruded mole mesh is applied under the lawn. This ensures that animals can burrow undisturbed but cannot come to the surface.
The 4.00m rolls are folded in half.
Always follow the installation instructions.
|Quotation request||Article code||Weight||Dimensions||Rolls / pallet||Colour||Technical data sheet|
|(go to request)||81578..|
1.00m x 200m
|(go to request)||81580..|
2.00m x 200m
|(go to request)||81582..|
4.00m x 200m
Anti-mole nets or mole mesh protects lawns against moles by way of prevention. Mole mesh is a heavy-duty fine-mesh barrier which moles cannot penetrate. It is also known as anti-mole mesh. Mole mesh is installed when laying or seeding new lawns to keep moles at bay in an animal friendly manner. Mole mesh prevent moles from coming to the surface of the lawn. Molehills will thus be a thing of the past. Duranet mole mesh is available from stock in 1m, 2m and 4m widths and in 200m rolls. Consult our installation instructions for correct installation of the anti-mole nets.
Installation of mole mesh in combination with turf
The mole mesh is placed directly under the turf after compacting and levelling of the soil. The nets are rolled out along the length of the garden. The netting edges are fastened every 2 to 3 metres by means of net staples in order to prevent gaps due to bumps in the terrain. An overlap of at least 30cm is required between the different nets.
Installation of mole mesh under a lawn to be seeded
At least 10cm of top soil is removed and the ground is levelled. The anti-mole nets are rolled out along the length of the garden. The netting edges are fastened every 2 to 3 metres by means of net staples in order to prevent gaps due to bumps in the terrain. An overlap of at least 30cm is required between the different nets.
Along the edges of the lawn, the nets are always folded up to the surface so that a closed space is created which moles cannot enter.
Mole mesh must not be applied in gardens flanked on multiple sides by stone edging or other underground obstacles which can stop moles. Moles burrowing under the mesh should be able to escape undisturbed.