Plastic Hold Down for 1/4" Tubing (10 Pack)

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  • Karie Rose - Jul 16th 2022

    Hold Down

    This is a good quality product. It does not feel flimsy. It would be nice if the hook was a bit smaller and actually held the tubing in place. As it is, it has to pin the tubing down to the soil line and if the line shifts at all the hold down releases.

  • George - Apr 20th 2021

    Sure footed

    These are great to hold down 1/4 inch drip lines in sandy soil. The grooves make a big difference in keeping and staying in place during the growing season.

  • Falle - Apr 14th 2021

    Great product

    Work well to raise and guide drip line

  • Mike - Jul 1st 2019

    Great Product

    Bought 50 with my original order, thinking that I may use them. Turns out, I wound up ordering several hundred more - these things go in and stay in. They have a little capture flange for the 1/4" tubing - so it stays where you want it. Obviously, I'd purchase them again.

  • David - Mar 26th 2012

    GREAT product

    THESE WORK GREAT! I had used some from the local big box store and even in firm soil they fell right out. I bought these and they HOLD even in my loose organic soil. I just ordered more.


This 5 1/2" plastic hold down stake is designed to hold 1/4" tubing and Soaker Dripline in place. The flat top can be hammered into the ground.

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