Root Guard Gopher Basket - 5 Gallon - PBR510

Growing Onions, Leeks, and Shallots

Growing Onions, Leeks, and Shallots

Getting Rid of Gophers

Getting Rid of Gophers

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Stop the Gopher Destruction!

Humane and effective, these sturdy baskets are superior to chicken or aviary wire for barring gophers from your plant's roots.

Just set the basket in the plant hole with the green wire above-ground to block the overland route. Put the plant inside, backfill with soil and you're done!

  • Wire is 3/4" x 20 gauge hexagonal mesh
  • Galvanized after weaving for maximum durability
  • Open size is 12" diameter x 14" deep
  • 30 gauge galvanized sheet metal seams

Baskets available in other sizes, or in rolls of gopher wire

  • Item Model Number: PBR510
  • Shipping Dimensions: 19.5 x 18.5 x 0.125 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds

Customer Reviews

Worth the extra work

We have a huge gopher problem and I put all of my plants in gopher baskets. It's extra work to dig the hole a little bigger and deeper than you would for just the plant, but it's well worth it! You can even see the gopher tunnels around the plants! My fruit trees, vegetable plants and ornamental plants have survived because of the baskets.

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A Plant Saver

These baskets made the difference between plants thriving and dying. I have a lot of moles in my garden and these baskets were great for protecting landscape plants that were in high mole traffic areas.

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