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wanderingaimlessly

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My hope was that someone had experience with these screens would respond, only one did and it was somewhat positive.
I dont want to cut all the trees, but I do want to protect the panels and skylights, I'll probably try a 13 x 20 with d rings at the corners, or maybe park on the road for Sep and October.

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ferndaleflyer wrote:

Pitch thats hard to believe. I sold the ones that used to line my driveway for far more than that, they even dug up the roots claimed they sold them to Germany to make pipes. You look the right place you sure can sell them and they do the cutting


Roots are also used to make gun stocks.

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wanderingaimlessly wrote:

My hope was that someone had experience with these screens would respond, only one did and it was somewhat positive.
I dont want to cut all the trees, but I do want to protect the panels and skylights, I'll probably try a 13 x 20 with d rings at the corners, or maybe park on the road for Sep and October.

The mesh things should definitely work. I have one in my yard, and this is ots 3rd year. I dont have anything hitting it though. Just make sure you get the wallnuts off before the start to degrade. That black stuff in the wallnuts stains. It will work.


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One comment on black walnut
That is pricy wood... If you decide to trim anythign larger than a basic Twig. see if is marketable


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wa8yxm wrote:

One comment on black walnut
That is pricy wood... If you decide to trim any thign larger than a basic Twig. see if is marketable


Back in 2005 when I built the house, I had 3 different small mill operators out, NONE were interested in Black walnut trees, i Piled up and burned about 20 cords because I refused to short cut and split the stuff.
Again, I just wanted an opinion on using the screens as a Walnut trampoline.
I just want them to NOT Break stuff on my motorhome.
It may be regional, but around here, this stuff is not worth even picking up AFTER someone else has cut it up for you.

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