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Hop Twines and Clips (5 Pack)

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Get your hop trellis up and running quickly with the same materials commercial hop growers use. This 5-pack of hop twine strings and anchoring clips are specifically designed for building your own hop trellis. Bio twine is made of wound paper, giving each string the perfect surface hops need to climb. Each string is cut to 20 feet 6 inches and can support up to 100 pounds. This pack comes with 5 spring eye clips which push into the ground easily by hand and allow the grower to adjust the string tension.

Each pack comes with 5 strings and 5 clips.

*Note: The Hop Twine and Clips are Pre-Order only and will ship in April with your hop rhizomes.
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$12.99

Hop Twine & Clips Shipped via USPS in April 2018

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Get your hop trellis up and running quickly with the same materials commercial hop growers use. This 5-pack of hop twine strings and anchoring clips are specifically designed for building your own hop trellis. Bio twine is made of wound paper, giving each string the perfect surface hops need to climb. Each string is cut to 20 feet 6 inches and can support up to 100 pounds. This pack comes with 5 spring eye clips which push into the ground easily by hand and allow the grower to adjust the string tension. Each pack comes with 5 strings and 5 clips. *Note: The Hop Twine and Clips are Pre-Order only and will ship in April with your hop rhizomes.
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Jury's still out. (Comments)
Just received my hop twine. Haven't installed it, yet, but I'm a bit baffled by the clips. For the life of me I can't picture how to use them.

Anybody?

Also, I used some other natural fiber twine in the past, and it lasted for years. I wonder how long these will last. They seem like twisted paper, and I'm guessing they'll only be good for a season or two.
May 11, 2018
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