Flagging tape is a typical non-adhesive tape used to produce highly visible and very bright markings in a variety of applications. This type of tape is sometimes called measuring tape or marker tape and is sold at many hardware and nursery supply stores. flagging tape is very versatile, and a wrap or two is useful. Foresters use marker tapes to mark outdoor trails and other points of interest. A typical roll of sign tape is brightly colored, and it can be solid or printed with dots, checks, or stripes. This tape is usually made from vinyl or other weather-resistant materials, although biodegradable marker tapes can also be found in specialty applications. The tape is also non-adhesive, it acts more like a tape than a classic tape, and some companies produce sign tapes with mild adhesives for special needs. A typical use of marker tape is surveying, where it is necessary to make marks that last for months or years at specific locations from property boundaries to underground utility sites. This tape is also suitable for use by foresters to mark trees according to timber harvesting plans, but also for outdoor trails and other places of interest. For example, forest rangers could use a special-colored tape to indicate that animals are nesting nearby, so other workers in the woods would have a warning sign. Nursery is at home, and gardeners sometimes use it to mark various plants of interest in the garden. It can also be used to mark bulbs. Since bulbs can only grow leaves and bloom for a short period of the year, tape can be used. Marked stakes to mark the area where the bulbs are growing so that people are aware that care should be taken when digging in the area. flagging tape can also be used to mark electric fences and thin wire fences, with bright bunting highlighting a thin wire that would otherwise be invisible. More about this source text source text required for additional translation information.