Use the Survival Strap to Save Your Garden
The Survival Strap is renowned for being an effective survival accessory and is often associated with the great outdoors. You will also find them around the wrists of local heroes such as firemen and police officers. Although the military grade paracord bracelet is designed for the toughest jobs and the most dangerous scenarios, it can also be an asset in your own backyard. Survival bracelets are an effective tool for those with a green thumb. Let’s check out the ways in which your Survival Strap can help you around your garden.
SUPPORT THE PLANTS
Some freshly planted vegetables, fruits, and flowers need a helping hand when they first settle into their new home. If you ever find yourself searching for a way to support your new plants, look no further than your wrist. By unraveling the paracord bracelet, you will be able to use a large or small strand to support plants. Broken down to its inner threads, the Survival Strap is going to be a plant’s best friend to grow tall.
REINFORCE THE STALKS
Storms are simply unavoidable. Many garden enthusiasts say they lose much of their garden when summer storms come around. Many times this is due to a lack of reinforcement. If you know there is a storm on the horizon and you are short on support supplies, put your Survival Bracelet to work. Unravel the bracelet and tie the plant’s foundation and growing vines around a steady support beam. The survival bracelet is built tough and you will not have to worry about it failing during the storm. When the sun is shining again, you’ll be happy to see your plant still intact.
BUILD A COMPOST CAGE
Compost is an excellent way to avoid unnecessary trash and provide a nutrient rich supplement for your hungry plants. The simplest of compost cages requires four stakes, chicken wire, and something to bind everything together. If you need a reliable rope, use your Survival Strap. This military grade paracord bracelet can withstand 550 pounds. It can easily wrap around a compost cage, providing the support you need. If you already have a compost cage and are looking for a way to keep animals out, use your survival bracelet to tie down the handle.
Gardening requires a great deal of patience, knowledge, and supplies. Sometimes, you need to take care of your plants and you don’t have the time to run to the store. When you need a job done around your garden, the Survival Strap is there to help. Although you won’t be able to wrap the bracelet back up once you unravel it, you can rest assured that if you ever need to use your Survival Strap for an emergency, we will replace it for you completely free of charge. Just send us your story and we will be happy to send another your way. Check out our survival bracelet collection today.