You can get a whole bolt 54"x40 yards of Tulle fabric from walyworld for $13.00. Add in $7 for a hot glue gun and some sticks and you can make dozens of bags in any size you want for $20.
This is what I did.
Cut to desired length, fold over the seams and glue them together.
Work on an old scrapwood tabletop so you don't get glue stuck to everything.
^ This, x 1,000. So simple and easy, plus you don't have to gamble on hoping to get your desired pod shape (for seed saving) on one single branch. I used Gorilla Tape and staples on the seams, and had no issues all season long. I bungeed the bottom of the nets to the tops of the buckets
Tulle netting is pretty flexible too, lol. It'll definitely stretch
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