Welcome Hop Growers
QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR HOPS
Find out how our pricing, expertise and lead times can help your bottom line.
- Galvanized Guy Strand 1 x 7
- EHS Grade - Galvanized
- Meets ASTM A475
- 5,000 Feet per Reel
- Available in 1/4", 3/16", 3/8" & 5/16"
- Hop Bale Cloth
- 48x84"Cut Poly Woven Food Grade
- 48x92" Cut Poly Woven Food Grade
- 500 sheets per bale
- Non UV
- Heat Cut Edges
- Blue strip down center of 48" width
- Coir Twine
- Breaking Strength: 90-100lbs or 120lbs
- String Length: 21 Feet
- 2400 Strings per bale
- 100% Bristol Coir Twine
- Cotton inner, threaded & biodegradable
- Custom Trellis Systems
- Trellis Hardware
- Wood Posts
- Hop Cable Staples
- Hop "W" Clips
- Earth Anchors
- Custom Wire Products
Oregon Wire is a proud member of:
Containment & Protection
Oregon Wire hop bale cloth is used to contain and protect the harvested hop cones during storage and transportation. It is typically wrapped around the bales of dried hop cones to keep them securely contained, preventing loss or damage during handling.
Oregon Wire bale cloth is designed to be breathable, allowing for proper airflow around the hop cones. This is important to maintain the quality of the hops by preventing the build-up of moisture and reducing the risk of mold or mildew development. The breathable nature of the cloth helps preserve the aroma and flavor characteristics of the hops.
Oregon Wire hop bale cloth is a practical and essential component of hop production. It provides containment, protection, breathability, light protection, moisture regulation, identification, and reusability benefits that contribute to the preservation and quality of hop cones throughout the storage and transportation process.
Strength & Durability
Oregon Wire coir twine is made from natural coconut fibers and is known for its strength and durability. It can withstand the weight of hop plants as they grow upward and support the heavy hop cones that develop. The sturdy nature of coir twine ensures that it does not break or snap easily, providing reliable support throughout the growing season.
Unlike paper twine, coir twine is resistant to moisture. Hops require regular watering, and the presence of moisture can cause paper twine to weaken and deteriorate over time. Coir twine, on the other hand, can withstand exposure to water without losing its strength or integrity, making it a more suitable choice for hop growers.
Oregon Wire coir twine has a rough texture, providing a surface for hop bines to cling onto and climb. The natural texture of the coir fibers helps the bines establish a secure grip as they grow upward. This allows the hop plants to thrive and reach their full potential, maximizing yield and quality.
Contact Oregon Wire today for delivery of your coir twine and other hop growing needs.