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Old 04-15-2010, 07:57 PM   #11
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I'll have to look to know for sure, but I buy sisal twine at Home Depot. It's a 50' run. I haven't had an issue with breaking. I'll buy some more and report back.
I have used the Sisal and it works well for at least 1 year. I used it on my first years and then when I ordered some jumbos (freshops) to replace some failed rhizomes in year 2 I went ahead and grabbed some coir rope. I may go back to Sisal after this season as I predict this will be the last season the coir holds up.


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