So are you talking about the orange synthetic baling twine or is it natural? I assume it comes in a monster sized roll?
Edit: I see the natural stuff you probably use. Look like good stuff. I may try for string up my tomatoes with the "Florida weave" as well. BTW I would NOT use jute twine IMO. I don't even like jute for tomatoes. The stuff sags horribly when it gets wet, or at least the green kind they sell for gardens does.
I've used the Jute twine found at the local big box home store. I made a double run from the soil to the top of the post. I even put it in a drill and twisted to maximize strength. Still... After being wet all season and having the weight of the plant, the lines broke and I had to re-tie 3 times.
I did find coir twine in 425' rolls of 6mm diameter. Pretty much what the pros use and it was pretty inexpensive. http://www.homebrewing.org/-Hop-Twin...MM_p_2735.html
Check it out and see what you think. I'm using it for the drops and I like it a lot.
Here's probably the same 425' spool of 6mm coir twine http://www.geovireo.com/biod-twine.html the guy at Freshops told me about them since all he sells is the 20' pieces. This place is only $15 but $10-$13 for shipping. To me almost $30 for twine for just one season is pretty high. I think I'm gonna see if our local TSC sells this 350# baler twine http://www.tractorsupply.com/countyl...ensile-1429142 I always just thought baler twine was that synthetic looking orange twine but at $45 for 9000 its worth a look, plus I use probably 600 feet of twine a year for my tomatoes.