A permanent woven-wire fence 7 feet tall that is staked down at the bottom provides the ultimate deer barrier, but this type of Deer fence is very expensive to build.
A high-tensile deer fence is effective provided it is tall enough. The bottom wire should be very near the ground with the upper wires spaced at 8-9 inch intervals. Bare wire or polytape can be used. This deer fence is also very expensive.
Using deer netting is labor intensive since it must moved throughout the season to keep the plants from growing through and deer can become entangled.
A slanted deer fence makes deer hesitant to jump over but it takes a lot of room.