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Model # 04326

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  • Ergonomic design provides support and stability to new plants
  • Fir wood construction withstands damage
  • Stake style body makes it easy to set up
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About This Product

This Treated Lodge Pole provides sturdy support for a newly planted tree. Constructed from high-quality fir wood and treated for ground contact use, this pole is built to last.

Highlights

  • Provides support for a newly planted tree
  • Made from high-quality fir wood
  • Treated for ground contact use
  • Stake-style design for easy installation
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Internet # 100221593

Model # 04326

Store SKU # 824232

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 1.88 in, W 2.13 in, D 92 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

92 in

Product Height (in.)

1.88 in

Product Width (in.)

2.13 in

Details

Landscape Supply Type

Plant Support & Protection

Material

Wood

Plant Support Type

Stake

Questions & Answers

13Questions
caret
Q:Are these safe to use to stake tomato plants? Are they treated with something harmful that will leach out?
by|Mar 17, 2024
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Q:what is the easiest way to pound them in the ground
by|Nov 29, 2022
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A:  Everbilt3 in. x 9 in. x 24 in. Metal Fence Post Driver

by|Feb 24, 2024
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    Q:Can these poles be used as rods to put on brackets to hang clothes? Would they be sturdy enough? I need a 8 ft rod for our non-profit thrift store. Money is an issue so we are looking for an inexpensive solution. Thanks.
    by|Jul 8, 2022
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    A:  I wouldn't the ones I got were junk. had to throw several away

    by|Mar 21, 2023

      A:  No

      by|Jul 10, 2022
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        Q:What do you use to tie the newly planted tree to the (two) stakes?
        by|May 1, 2022
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        A:  I used 24-inch rubber tie-down straps (SKU #1001471832). Costs only about a dollar! Throw away one of the steel hooks, thread the remaining hook through the other hole and you have a very strong flexible tie that won't damage the tree trunk.

        by|Mar 16, 2024
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          A:  I used this https://www.homedepot.com/p/Hillman-100-ft-100-lb-14-Gauge-Plastic-Coated-Galvanized-Wire-122100/202497552

          by|Aug 27, 2023
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            A:  Used bicycle tires are probably the best way to go. Other than that, they sell devices that are a tube of rubber with wire attached to both ends. You'll need to add lengths of rope, or whatever, to tie to the wires, which you then tie to the poles.

            by|May 15, 2024
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              4.4 out of 5

              • 4.4 out of 265 reviews
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              Used it for a post lamp, painted it and it took a pounding going a foot into the ground (with a hoe to protect the end)
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              I used these to build a roof structure for a Tiki Bar at the suggestion of a friend. They look g...
              I used these to build a roof structure for a Tiki Bar at the suggestion of a friend. They look great and worked really well, lightweight is helpful too. I used an old dresser (about 5-1/2' wide x 18" in depth) mounted on a new base with wheels (also from HD). I drilled holes in the tree stakes on my drill press and bolted them to the dresser with carriage bolts. I also built the roof plane structure out of them. I covered the dresser and roof with bamboo fencing also from HD. They look really good as a Tiki Bar roof.
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                I like the height and thickness but they have cracks on them
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                The right product at the right price
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                Perfect to secure the large cacti against the strong winds we get here in the desert
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                Firm stake, just watch when you pick it to make sure is in one piece no splints. Good support for my apple tree which was bouncing back and forth.
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                Nice and straight! Able to drive 2’ into the...
                Nice and straight! Able to drive 2’ into the ground to support young trees.
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