anyone know a U.S. source for support net?

brian_kc0kfg(z4 MN)February 26, 2006

I have searched on google but all I seem to find is companys out of the uk.

What I am looking for is support netting for taller flowers.

Any thoughts?

Thanks brian kc0kfg

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flowerfarmer

Hi Brian,
It's called Hortonova Flower Support Netting. It can be purchased through G & M Agricultural Supply Company.
Telephone: 800/901-0096. They are a vendor for several large companies such as: Remay, De Witt, Modine, Texel (that's the support netting), Agra Tech, and many others. If you are also looking for row cover, weed barrier, plastic mulches, bird netting, deer fencing, and other field and greenhouse related supplies, it can be found in their catalog. Their office is in Arizona. I think the Hortonova support netting came from a Tenex warehouse in Chicago. We have only purchased the support netting through them because our local growers co-op did not carry this item. Anyway, we've called by noon; and, it arrived the following day via UPS Ground. Fast, fast service.

And, to remain fair and balanced, Johnny's Seeds also carries Hortonova support netting. I really like the folks at Johnny's; however, their cost is higher.

Trish

    Bookmark   February 27, 2006 at 6:27AM
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bfff_tx(z8b TX)

Brian
Also check out pricing from Specialty Agricultural Products in CT (800) 483-8889, thanks to a referral, I found them to be much more competitive than G & M Ag in Arizona, Gloeckner's or Johnny's, not only on product cost but shipping too.
BTW, it's a wonderful product, would be lost without it.
Cheers - Kim
Billabong Fresh Flower Farm

    Bookmark   March 1, 2006 at 11:44PM
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