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4 ft. Green Colored Sturdy Stakes

  • Allows plants to grow tall and strong
  • Strong durable steel core offers maximum plant support
  • Includes single plastic stake that resists rust
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Product Overview

Support your plants with Vigoro's 4-ft. stake. Perfect for trees, vegetables, fruit and blooming flowers, this sure-grip, plastic stake offers structural training to promote growth of young plants. By lifting plants from the ground, it protects them from harmful diseases. You can also use this green-colored stake to prevent something from overtaking other spots of your garden. The stake features a durable steel core that won't break or bend and a finish that resists rust for seasons of use.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.31
Product Height (in.)
48
Product Width (in.)
48

Details

Landscape Supply Type
Plant Support & Protection
Material
Steel
Plant Support Type
Stake

Questions & Answers

5Questions17Answers

What Prop.65 chemicals does this contain?

Asked by Mike October 13, 2020
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This item tested within the limits for lead and thus was required to have the Prop 65 warning added to the product. Proposition 65 requires warning labels on products that may contain any of 800-plus chemicals or ingredients that the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) lists as a carcinogen or a reproductive toxicant. Proposition 65 is a “right to know” law. It does not prohibit the use of any chemicals in products. In fact, many of the chemicals listed under Proposition 65 are common everyday additives in manufacturing processes ( e.g., Ethylene Glycol-which is used in compressor shrouds as a flame retardant, lead-which is used to machine brass parts, etc.) and can be found in common consumer products such as jewelry, lamps, ceramic tableware, lead crystal glasses, electric cords, automobiles, and beauty products. California revised the labeling requirements required for products manufactured after August 30 2018. Midwest Air Technologies complies with these rules. As a result, you may see different warnings on our products, based on the manufacturing date. For example, on a product manufactured before August 30, 2018, you may see this warning “This product contains chemicals known in the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm” Whereas on the same product, manufactured after August 30, 2018, you might see this warning “WARNING: CONTAINS LEAD. May be harmful if eaten or chewed. May generate dust containing lead. Wash hands after use. Keep out of reach of children.” WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Likely, the product has not changed in its composition, and the new warning was updated to comply with the new California rules. MAT Industries sells products to all 50 states, and has taken the position to place these warnings within our owner’s manual, or on the actual product or packaging, whether or not it ends up in California.

What is the weight of each stake?

Asked by Caregiver64 September 23, 2020
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These weigh approximately 0.18 pounds. They are 4ft long, which makes them more difficult to ship.

can these be cut and bent?

Asked by moono April 12, 2020
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I wouldn't try it. I accidentally pushed too hard on one of them when putting it into my 5 gallon bucket, and it bowed slightly. Since I stopped pushing, it returned back to its straight shape. It definitely felt like it would snap if I purposefully tried to bend it. I can't speak regarding cutting them. One end has a slight point to help push it into the ground, so they obviously aren't meant to be cut. Plus they come in so many different lengths to fit your needs.

How many comes in an order?

Asked by Beth March 23, 2020
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1

What’s the diameter

Asked by Curt February 11, 2018
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Curt I am guessing (not measuring), but the stake diameter is likely 7/16". Less than 1/2" but more than 3/8".

Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 98 reviews
  • 96% recommend this product
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I used these to get further height on my mass...
I used these to get further height on my mass cane plants which I usually cut down every few weeks. I wanted to let them grow high and these stakes did the trick. I used floral wire to lightly wrap the ends of the highest stalks to the stake and that allowed them to grow up straight. Very satisfied with the stakes, but more so my huge beautiful plants!
by ANI
Supported my sunflowers in wind gust up to 45MPH
Supported my sunflowers in wind gust up to 45MPH
by John
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Product was exactly as described. Currently used to support tomato plants and appears to be adequ...
Product was exactly as described. Currently used to support tomato plants and appears to be adequate.
by MrsMo
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These are great stakes for my squash plants, but are...
These are great stakes for my squash plants, but are difficult to put into the ground without some bending.
by CHELSEA
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by PAT
As described. Flexible but sturdy. Protected against rust....
As described. Flexible but sturdy. Protected against rust.
by PAUL
Works great in the garden....
Works great in the garden.
by LORENE
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