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Amazon Review December 13, 2014
This tape works great for berry vines! It stretches and secures the vines on the trellis wires.
Amazon Review November 29, 2014
Perfect for tomatoes! It works like a gem.
Amazon Review October 25, 2014
Reviewer: R. Lamson
A very large privet bush. apparently destroyed in last winter's extended freeze in southern Utah, started putting out little shoots in July. New growth was rapid and the weak limbs were growing along the ground rather than upward. A landscaper taped them into a vertical position two times, but the tape broke within a week both times. I purchased this tape from Amazon and taped the bush, which is now above four feet high and quite dense. I trimmed it again yesterday, and In spite of the rapid growth the tape is still holding after two months. have two single wraps of tape on it. I would definitely purchase this product again, and from this seller. The landscaper, a neighbor and friend, is impressed and will be changing to this brand.
Amazon Review August 08, 2014
Have bought this product before, it works really well for both veggys and flowers, and can be reused if you do not tie it in too tight of a knot. I have also bought the narrower one, and it is not as good, in my opinion. This was the best price I could find. 5 stars...
Amazon Review July 14, 2014
Reviewer: Steve Monroe
Works well, the added thickness keeps from having to double the tape. 70+ mph winds are common here and it's taken it in stride.
Amazon Review May 23, 2014
Gardener's Blue Ribbon 150 ft Sturdy Stretch Tie T006A Good stuff. strong ,I would buy it again. buy it.
Amazon Review, Good Stuff March 23, 2014
Reviewer: Richard Grimes Jr.
Just what I was looking for. This tape is excellent for tying young apple branches to shape an apple tree in an acceptable form.
Amazon Review, Useful and versatile February 20, 2014
I keep it around for all sorts of things. . tying up plants is one. . However, it's glue sticky, . .not velcro.
Amazon Review August 29, 2013
I use this for everything; yes, even for vine tying! Works great on set traps where your snare has to be set 'just right' to catch the critter in the middle of the trail. Wish they made a 1/4" version.
Amazon Review August 17, 2014
This is great tape, though expensive. We used it in our field nursery and now need smaller quantities. Good for tomato plants and vines on fences etc.