Twine is a kind of thin rope made up of several strands and intended for tying and wrapping all kinds of objects in the domestic or professional fields.
Unlike the case of the rope, the threads constituting the twine are neither twisted nor braided.
It was particularly widely used in agriculture at the time of the reaper-binders to tie sheaves of cereals then to bind bales of hay and bales of straw and now round bales.
Twine was originally made using plant fibers including hemp, cotton, jute, raffia, and sisal. Nowadays we use more and more synthetic fibers, in particular polypropylene which offers a much higher mechanical resistance.
Polypropylene or polyester or polyamide twines
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Strings made of 100% cotton, sisal, jute, biodegradable
Palifil string, economical to easily ligate canes, vines stocks or branches during trellising works.
Used for core wire, for the manufacture of steel cables.
Distributed mainly by DIY stores
Also used for the manufacturing of electric wires
Farming string, used for vine trellising, arboriculture to tie vine stocks, branches, by vegetable farmers to tie plants (tomato, raspberry, redcurrant…).