Do you need a trellis for your cucumber vines? Should it be store bought or can you make one yourself?
Incidentally, it's best to sub-irrigate your raised beds whether you use a trellis or not. You will produce more and better cukes along with whatever else you are growing while saving water and time.
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Trellis Keeps Cucumbers Straight and Blemish-Free
Misshapen, yellowed cucumbers will be a thing of the past when you use this space-saving trellis to support plants in your garden. The sturdy, powder-coated steel frame supports heavy loads and has big 4" grids for easy harvesting. Lean-to design gives you room to sow salad greens under the trellis for an extra crop before your cukes mature
Trellising cucumbers gives better quality fruit, easier harvesting, and avoids soil-borne diseases
Unique design makes the most of limited garden space
Cucumber vines create shade for lettuce below
Also ideal for melons and vining squash
4" grid openings for easy harvesting
Raised Bed Trellis is designed to fit our 3' x 3' and 3' x 6' Grow Beds and similarly sized raised beds