One place is the best for price, 22 bucks. Well worth it.
The perforated version will last you a long time. It seems pricey but not really as you’ll use less of this and a roll can last 2-3 seasons depending on how much you graft.
I think the perforated is perfect. It makes you stretch it correctly as you get tired of grabbing a 2nd piece.
But if you prefer a solid roll, you can get that too.
It’s a lot more popular! I tried it, back to perforated for me. Which is ironic as I hated the stuff when I first tried it. Then I began to see the merit in the perforations. I tend to waste too much, the perforated prevents that from happening and reminds you to apply properly stretched. It’s hard to break the non-perforated tape. It stretches 8 times it’s length, and will if you don’t cut it… Whatever you cut it with, better be sharp.
Parafilm was never meant for grafting. This tape was designed for grafting. The scion can breath through buddy tape, yet it’s water proof. No water in, no water out. It lasts longer than parafilm and gives you a few extra days for graft to take before scion is a goner. This has been my experience. I get a hell of a lot more takes, and with peaches. And you need all the help you can get. This is where I noticed a huge difference. A lot more peach grafts took for me. I’m totally sold. Try it at least, then decide for yourself. Fruitnut also is a fan. He is a professional as far as grafting.
It’s best to buy way before the season. In spring they were out for a long time, they have more now. The two versions are Sumo Bonsai’s #1 and #2 best seller in Bonsai supplies. They sell a roll every other day. (14 rolls sold in the last 30 days).