40% Black Shade Cloth, Grommeted Panel
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The edges of these panels are sewn with heavy-duty reinforcing tape. Brass grommets are installed on approx. 2' centers around the perimeter. Often includes a seam where two pieces of shade have been sewn together. Durable, easy to install with ropes, bungees or wire. Most durable solution for smaller areas where shade will be suspended between four points. Grommeted panels are sold in pre-cut sizes or can be ordered in any custom size.
A raw piece of shade fabric where edges of panel are not reinforced with any tape or grommets. Would not typically have a seam but may have a raw (cut) edge. Can be installed with wiggle wire, shade cloth clips or wooden lath. Precut Panels are sold in pre-cut sizes or can be ordered in any custom size.
Sold in factory widths by the linear foot. Would only rarely have a seam and sides typically include a factory finished (uncut) edge. Most cost effective solution for large quantities of shade fabric.
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40% density will block out 40% of light. Constructed of high density polyethylene, the tough lock-stitch design of this knitted material resists rips, tears and fraying while reducing wind speed and heat build up in structure.
8 year prorated warranty against UV degradation
Depending on the size ordered, your shade fabric may contain a factory seam.
We guarantee our stock shade pieces will be within +/- 4" of the published dimensions. Accuracy has only very rarely been a problem, but keep in mind these variances.
|30%||Asters, Chrysanthemums, Geraniums, and Snapdragons|
|40%||Bedding Plants*, Gloxinias, Herbs*, Iris, Lilies, Vegetables*|
|50%||Bromeliads, Ficus, Orchids (Dendrobiums, Epidendrums, Vandas)|
|60%||Orchids (Oncidiums, Phalaenopsis)|
|70%||Ferns, Orchids (Cypripediums), Philodendron|
When hanging shade cloth pieces larger than 100 sq. ft., you may need extra center support to prevent the cloth from sagging in the middle. One easy way to do this is by running lightweight cable from corner to opposite corner, forming an X pattern that the cloth can rest on. For pieces larger than 400 sq. ft., you may need cables running end to end every 4' or so.
I have 4" x 16" raised beds enclosed with t posts and deer netting. My nightshade bed was suffering from sun scorch until I installed this shadecloth with zip ties over criss crossed clothesline. This week I added a second one to another bed with winter squash.
I bought 40% according to GMS referrals. It looks like still too bright for Texas weather. However, my plants are happy and they start producing new leaves and flower within few days of use the shade cloth. This is somewhat shaggy as it is stitched. I used PVC pipe to make arch across the raised bed to support the cloth. So far looks fine
This is my 2nd shade cloth from Greenhouse Mega, the 1st shade cloth lasted about 8 years in the Southern AZ Sun and Wind, which I am very pleased with. These are lightweight, but the 1st one held up great... We'll see if the 2nd is up to the same task.
Tight smooth just what I needed !
Fits our greenhouse good. Have only had it on for about a week. Works good so far.
I received one of the shade cloth which is doing good at shading my small garden. I ordered another larger shade cloth that I have not received yet. I ordered it on May 27th and today is July 11th. Would have been rated a 5 if I had both items ordered
I purchased the 40% shade cloth on a recommendation from a friend. I already had windows and a fan but it was still too hot to use during the summer. Now, I can grow basil, tomatoes, etc without it being too hot. So glad that I purchased this well made shade cloth.
This arrived and we were pleased with the quality of the product. We have been using it and not found any defects I workmanship or basic materials. Very good price. Excellent handling/shipping.
Easy to install. Keeps tomato plants cool in 90 plus degrees. Plan to order another for next growing season.
I purchased a 20x24 piece of this shade cloth a few years ago and have used it to cover the top of a greenhouse to protect the plants from a little white butterfly that lays eggs that turn to worms that eat the flowering parts of the plants, It guards against the butterfly while letting in all the sun the plants need.