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Do you think it's necessary to get gopher wire for a 15x13 cut?

| Aug 7, 2020 11:13 AM

Is gopher wire needed for small cuts or can I skip out on it?

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You only need to use the gopher wires if you have gopher issues, otherwise, it is not necessarily. However, the gopher wires are only sold by rolls, not cut sizes. The common sized roll of gopher wires is 4’x100’, you can see the details of this product at this link: https://www.globalsynturf.com/products/gopher-wire

Please feel free to contact us by phone, email (info@globalsynturf.com) for any other questions you might have, or simply fill out this online form: https://www.globalsynturf.com/free-quote

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