Q. I need bailing twine and I can't find it at any of the home stores or nursery's in my area (Denver, CO). Any suggestions? A. Baling twine is essential, and don't settle for anything else! Call around and find a farm supply or feed store place. You can even go on-line and get it. Make sure...
Baling Twine for guiding vertical plants
Some folks worry about the cost of buying a large roll of baling twine. Because it contains something like 9,800 feet of twine they are concerned that most of it will be wasted. Consider the following, and then find others with whom you can share the cost. 1. Each "string" should be 9' long. ...
Growing Cucumbers, Melons, & Zucchini - Where & How to Remove Suckers
Q. When trellising cucumbers or melons, should I cut all but one main stem. And I don't seem to see how to trellis Zucchini or yellow squash. A. To grow cucumbers and small melons vertically, by all means limit them to one stem. However, in removing the sucker stems you allow the stem to grow...
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What String Should I Use to Grow Plants Vertically?
Q. I'm using t-frames for my tomatoes,and the tomatoes are growing in to the string; should I loosen the string or cut it? I'm afraid the plants' circulation will be cut off, as the plants continue to grow. A. You should be using a very large string. We recommend the large nylon baling twine as...