Clip them on twine......
Clip on the cage to support tomato vines..... they are going to be used on my cukes, when they finally grow....
Here is one on my mater.....
Someone's getting rich on this deal..... and deservedly so......
Also that is shipped in the USA I will have to double the shipping cost makes around $10/100...My labor costs would have to go up alot to make it worth while also the price of tomatos and that dont look very good in the near future.
Thanks again Dave you and some others is what makes this forum such a great place to visit. I will try a few other places even check direct with the supplier.
I will check that out for sure A friend of mine imports /exports to there.
I keep 16k tomato plants growing all year round.Anything that can save time and money is worth looking at.
All is fresh market picked 3 days a week.Picked and crated in the day time at the market by 3am.The pics above post #5 are my green houses and tomatoes.
I really dream of the day I sell that farm and grow no more produce.I am much happier raising my Cows and Coffee.
Dave I use those clips for tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers. Tomatoes on a string, cucumbers we use them to clip the vines to heavy duty netting, peppers I just clip them to fiberglass stakes.
Here's where I got mine http://www.berryhilldrip.com/product.php?productid=10185
Wondering how they worked on the cucs? I bought a bunch of these and have been using them for 3 years on my tomato plants and they have worked superb. I just added cucumbers this year and never considered that I needed to support them as well.
I have been growing containers and while I am still using them to a point, I decided to increase the size of my garden and dug up a small plot in the back yard. Not all that much, but enough for Early Girl Tomatoes, Supersweet 100 tomatoes, 2 different types of sweet peppers, radishes, green beans and cucumbers.