Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Tomato Stakes Giveaway!



Tomato Stakes are really superior to everything else on the market.  So simple to use, reasonably priced, and stronger/better than wooden stakes, bamboo, or metal cages.  They are made of a very durable plastic and can be left outdoors and used season to season.  They will not rot like wood stakes or rust like cages.

They come in 3 different packsa single, 3-Pack, and 5-Pack. 

This product was developed by an avid backyard gardener and tomato lover who was unsatisfied with buying tomato supports every year.  After much research with agricultural experts and many visits to commercial tomato farms, The Tomato Stake was born!
Using the Tomato Stake is Easy!

Step 1Insert the Tomato Stake into the soil when your plants are still small.
Place as close to the main stem as possible, careful not to damage the roots.

Step 2

Using a hammer, pound the Tomato Stake into the soil, approx 6 inches deep or until rigid.
Step 3
Wrap the Twistie-ties around the main stem.  Wrap loosely and allow for an inch of growth.
Continue tying the plant to the stake as it grows!
  

So do you want to win a 3 pack of Tomato Stakes?  

 Open to US residents only! DEADLINE: Noon on March 2nd
Ways to enter: Remember you get a seperate entry for each item you do!
1. MANDATORY! Tell me what you currently use for staking your tomatoes.
2. Become a follower Gaertegang!
3. Follow Gaertegang on Twitter!
4. Blog about the giveaway and link up to my post! (2 entries)
5. Tweet about the giveaway!
6. Facebook about the giveaway!
7. EcoDasein also sells "cowpots"...are you interested in hearing about them in a review?
THANKS FOR ENTERING!!! Now go spread the word........

DANIELLE

57 comments:

Mary Ann Miller said...

Hello, we currently use tomato cages. Would love to try these new stakes!

Mary Ann Miller said...

I am a faithful follower already!

Mominin said...

We use tomato cages - although (I'm embarrassed to admit) last year we couldn't find our tomato cages and just let them sprawl on the ground. I would love to try these!!

Mominin said...

I follow you on twitter!

ayersfamily said...

Last year I used some dowell rods I had in the garage. They TOTALLY didn't work. They fell over and broke. I have some rusted tomato cages too.

ayersfamily said...

I follow you with google reader. I'd love to try these!

ayersfamily said...

Cowpots? Yes, that would be something I'd be interesting in reading about! I just might have to google that now...

Melinda said...

When we first moved to the farm my husband brought home a pick-up load of the cheap tomato cages from a farm auction. We've been attempting to use them ever since. I bet that farmer laughed in his sleeve as my husband drove off with those worthless things!

Melinda said...

I just followed you on Twitter! (thecountrygal)

Melinda said...

Just googled the Cow pot - sounds great! I would love to hear a review of them!

Mominin said...

I tweeted!

Mominin said...

I have no idea what a cow pot is . . . but I'm always up to learning something new!

Megan said...

last year we used stakes at each end and tied clothsline around to keep the branches up. It worked great until we got a horrible rain/storm and it knocked down several of the branches.

This looks easier to use!

thanks for the giveaway

Megan said...

cow pot??? not sure what it is but I'm always open to learning!!

Megan said...

I follow you on Twitter

Megan said...

I follow you!

Kate said...

I'm not using anything to stake my tomatoes! I'll be growing them for the first time this year!

Jane Ellis said...

I have these tomato stakes! They are great and sooo easy!

sarahespn said...

We us the metal stakes that go around the whole plant. But I am not a big fan of them. sarahespn at gmail dot com

sarahespn said...

following your blog! sarahespn at gmail dot com

sarahespn said...

following you on twitter! sarahespn at gmail dot com

Kelly said...

I'm a follower

Kelly said...

i follow on twitter

Kelly said...

I don't grow tomatoes but I want to. My mom always used a piece of wood.

Jamie @ Six Bricks High said...

These look great! I use tomato cages as well as a trellis. Not using the cages again this year, I didn't like the way they worked out last year.

Jamie @ Six Bricks High said...

I'm a follower!

Tami said...

we use tomato cages

Tami said...

follower

Laura B said...

We are using wood stakes...and they don't work that well!

Laura
ltbrownie@gmail

noreen said...

we used a wooden stake and it was not good

bison61 said...

we use tomato cages

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

Jennifer H said...

I don't! But we have an area in our backyard that we are planning to begin a garden in once the cold weather is gone. Jenprincess88 at aol dot com

Jennifer H said...

google follower-Jenprincess88 at aol dot com

Jennifer H said...

I don't know what cowpots are but yes I would love to see a review and see what they are all about. :) Jenprincess88 at aol dot com

Donald said...

Currently using 3 hanging bags and also using good'ol wooden steaks.

Thanks
deracer(at)gmail(dot)com

madwoman-doing-cartwheels said...

Currently using Tomato Cages which work kinda sorta good. Have thought about hanging tomato plants but that is still a thought only. Would love to try the stakes.

rubymoonstone at gmail dot com

madwoman-doing-cartwheels said...

Follow you on Friend Connect/Ally

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madwoman-doing-cartwheels said...

Follow your Tweets

I'm @hopscotchlime

rubymoonstone at gmail dot com

madwoman-doing-cartwheels said...

I'd love to know more about "cowpots". I'm intrigued!

rubymoonstone at gmail dot com

cheflisa said...

Last year I tried a spiral tomato stake (i only bought 1 it looked and worked well , but i use mostly cages

Genesa said...

We use plain old tomato cages! These look great!

Genesa said...

I'm a follower!

lifefocuscounseling said...

I stake my tomatoes with doll rods. . .

lifefocuscounseling said...

I follow on Twitter

lifefocuscounseling said...

Tweet completed :)

lifefocuscounseling said...

I facebooked your giveaway. . .

lifefocuscounseling said...

I would love a review of cow pots. . . curious what they are?

anthy said...

We currently use tomato cages, but I'd love to try these!

Thank you for the giveaway. :-)

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anthy said...

I follow your blog now.
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anthy said...

I tweeted about the giveaway: http://twitter.com/my_twitraccount/status/9735690350
anthy_stl [ATT] yahoo [DOTT] com

anthy said...

I follow you on twitter now, @my_twitraccount.
anthy_stl [ATT] yahoo [DOTT] com

anthy said...

I'd love to hear about the cowpots. Especially if you also had a giveaway for them, too! We get peet pots every year, and maybe the cowpots would be better?

anthy_stl [ATT] yahoo [DOTT] com

Anonymous said...

please enter me in this give away!!!

ltacosik@gmail.com

anthy said...

I blogged about the giveaway here (entry #1): http://lolmybloglol.blogspot.com/2010/02/more-giveaways.html
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anthy said...

I blogged about the giveaway here (entry #2): http://lolmybloglol.blogspot.com/2010/02/more-giveaways.html
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Denise said...

I use bamboo stakes right now but I hate how they break!

Denise said...

I follow you on Twitter @sdenise

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