Jute Garden Twine
Biodegradable twine—1000s of uses.
Our natural fiber jute garden twine is perfect for all sorts of garden needs, from training vines and climbing plants to tying bamboo supports and even marking rows. Best of all it's biodegradable - when the season is over just toss it in the compost pile! Each roll contains 200 ft. of twine. Easy to use- just leave the wrapper in place and pull twine from the center of roll.
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Jute Garden Twine is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mchele from Very Disappointed I purchased 2 pkgs of this twine to string trellis our tomatoes and it continues to break and sag. I am very disappointed.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sojourner from Sometimes the old ways work best I tried some of that stretch tie stuff this past year and found it awkward and annoying to use. It also costs a lot more than plain old twine. I sill have a roll of this twine, and next year I'm going back to using it. It's easier, and if I miss a piece, it'll just add to the tilth of my soil eventually. As opposed to the plastic, which will probably last long enough to be dug up by some future archaeologist who will undoubtedly promptly christen it a "ritual object" used in the worship of a fertility goddess.
Date published: 2014-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nathan from Perfect I have been buying lots of twine/twists etc for my fruits and vegetables and this is my favorite. Can be used in almost all situations and you can just tie it with a standard shoelace-bow and when your done, pull the bow and re-use the twine.
Date published: 2013-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sweepea from Love this stuff This twine is strong and easy to pull/use from its coiled package, Cut with garden pruners. It fades to a natural linen color but still won't break. I drop any little pieces that I've untied in the garden... house finches find it to be great building material. I keep a package in my garden tote at all times.
Date published: 2012-04-30