Budding, Grafting Tape Poly Clear .5 Inch .004 Guage x 300'

  • 4 Stars
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# 3405
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Weight: 0.30 lbs
Tough outdoor grade vinyl stretches with plant growth. Excellent for pecans, walnuts, citrus, avocado, stone fruits and more. Available in clear or white. In two styles: budding/grafting (B/G), .004 gauge in 300' rolls; or chip budding (C/B), .002 gauge, 800' rolls.

Specs

Budding/Grafting tape. 3405 1/2in., .004 gauge, 300ft. roll, clear. Alternate items: 3424 1in., .004 gauge, 300ft roll, clear.;3404 1/2in., .004 gauge, 300ft. roll, white.; 3423 1in., .004 gauge, 300ft. roll, white

Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)

3 Stars

Works okay but doesn’t stick Mary from OH wrote May 19, 2019

Using for grafting but it doesn’t stick to itself; need a piece of duck tape to catch the end. I suggest wider tape for grafting purposes.

3 Stars

Not that great CW from VT wrote April 29, 2019

Tape Ive got in the past do a far better job. This stuff does not have any self adhesion capabilities, which makes wrapping harder than it has to be. Tape feels like the kind of stuff windbreakers are made of--- not at all tacky and barely stretches before breaking. The tape is so slippery that the roll doesnt hold its form and quickly falls apart into a tangle of tape.

5 Stars

Great Product!!! Great Service!!!! Vivero Semillas y Plantones a certify citrus, mango and avocado from wrote March 30, 2019

I found AM Leonard, after placing an order 1 month ago with a previous supplier who has no customer service. AM Leonard not only provide me with the budding tape but work fast to get me the order the next day! Thank You

4 Stars

Best Plant Tie T R Crown from GA wrote August 06, 2016

We've been buying this for years and it is far superior to the flimsy and garish green tape they sell as plant tie; this is strong, does not call attention to itself, and lasts at least a season in our trying Georgia climate. We use it on tomatoes, perennials, even shrubs.