Yeah, my neighbor has a garden, and he has a 6 foot high wooden stockade
fence on his back property line. Last year he saw 4 deer sticking their
necks OVER his 6 foot high fence, because they were eating all his Green
Beans from his bean stalks!!!! They can stretch their necks out very far
as well!!! And, yes I know they can jump over fences at least 8 feet
high!!! I had some really nice tomato plants, lettuce, and pumpkins
growing last year. In 1 night the damn deer ater it all and killed the
Anyway, the soil is somewhat of a sandy/loam mix. Some nice loam on the
top as topsoil, probably a few inches, with sandy soil underneath. My
neighbor told me to just put up one of those cheap 4 foot high Green
plastic fences, or some chicken wire fencing, but I was thinking that
chainlink would be a little more sturdy!?
Only want it temporary, as I will most likely get a 6 foot high wooden
or PVC fence later on when I get the extra money. Yes, I heard that you
can pound the posts in, but you have to be careful not to ruin the top,
or you won't be able to get the "post caps" on!?