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Source for mesh bags

Posted by Zorro99 z5 Northeast IL (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 14, 05 at 12:41

Where does everyone get their mesh bags to store onions and garlic in? I could just buy several bags of onions in the grocery store and saving the bags, but then I wouldn't need to grow my own (because I'd have so many from the store!!!). I've looked everywhere and just can't seem to find a source.

Brian


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RE: Source for mesh bags

Filaree Farms sells mesh tubes in continuous lengths, and in several colors.

You cut the section you need and seal it either with an overhand knot, or by squeezing a pig ring around it (which is much neater).


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RE: Source for mesh bags

  • Posted by Zorro99 z5 Northeast IL (My Page) on
    Tue, Jun 14, 05 at 14:26

GardenLad, thanks!

I don't know why I've had such a hard time finding them, I swear I've dug through tons of websites and called way too many stores in the area. Now that you've pointed out Filaree Farms, I find that Pinetree Garden Seeds also sells them (as a 2-in-1 Harvesting Bag). I had previously just been searching places that specialize in garlic (although I forgot about Filaree), but they just didn't seem to carry them. Thanks for putting me on the right track!


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RE: Source for mesh bags

Dixondale or Ronnigers sell these, I forget which.


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