Tools & Supplies Crop Supports
Crop Supports
Crop Supports
Supporting your crops — up off the ground — improves vigor, facilitates maintenance, and increases yield. Trellis clips, wire, twine, taping, and hook tools can be used in combination to support climbing and vining crops such as tomatoes, cucumbers, peas, and beans. Mesh netting can be laid horizontally to evenly space transplants and promote strong, straight stalks, or hung vertically alongside climbing flowers and vegetables. From the field to the greenhouse, Johnny's carries the support systems you need to achieve optimal appearance, quality, and yield.
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Supports 100' of twine to "lower and lean" vine crops easily.
A labor-saving device to "lower and lean" vine crops in a smooth, controlled way.
Convenient way to support tomatoes.
Super-strong nylon cord trellis.
Super-strong nylon cord trellis.
The industry standard for supporting tomatoes.
Supports tomato clusters to prevent stem breakage and fruit loss.
Supports tomato clusters to prevent stem breakage and fruit loss.
For field or greenhouse use.
Cutting blades for the Duratool.
Cutting blades for the Duratool.
Untreated, biodegradable, and multi-purpose.
Untreated, biodegradable.
Staples for the Duratool.
Staples for the Duratool.
Tape for the Duratool.
Tape for the Duratool.
Horizontal trellis supports long cut-flower stems. 48" x 328'
Horizontal trellis for supporting long stems in cut flower cultivation.
Horizontal trellis supports long cut-flower stems. 36" x 328'
Horizontal trellis for supporting long stems in cut-flower cultivation.
Great for pruning while trellising.
Great for pruning while trellising.
For field or greenhouse use.
Save time and labor at the end of the season. Just cut and compost.
Save time and labor at the end of the season.
Save time and labor at the end of the season. Just cut and compost.
Save time and labor at the end of the season.
Heavy-duty "lower and lean" hooks. Includes 50 ft. twine, pre-loaded.
Stronger "lower and lean" devices for heavier producing vine-crop varieties.
The industry standard for supporting tomatoes.
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