Remesh with 6-gauge wire is my preferred mesh; I use it for trellises, fencing and the chicken run. The weight won’t sag if it’s well stapled. I am a tool geek. I buy the best tools and materials I can afford and those best suited to the job at hand. Poorly made tools will cost you dearly later because you’ll need to replace them. Well-made tools can last a lifetime, will be easier to use and will save you time. Fine tools and materials are especially important in the kitchen garden. Garden jobs like fencing and trellising come to mind because I recently built both. Welded 6-gauge wire mesh, also called remesh or concrete reinforcement mesh, is a workhorse with multiple uses in the kitchen garden. With remesh and a bolt cutter you can produce fence panels, gates, trellises and cloche frames quickly and easily. The remesh I prefer uses 6-gauge wire, about 3 16 -inch thick. In a 4-inch-square grid, it’s sold as a 7-by-20-foot panel for about $84. If you decide on the finished sizes needed before purchasing the panels, you can cut them at the source and make the remesh easier to transport. I recently purchased remesh with a 4-inch grid and cut the panel into...