geoTREE stabilizes the trunk and root system with the stay method.
Cords are fixed to the substrate with the use of 38 cm long plastic pegs.
Stays are performed from polypropylene string. Trunk and branches fixing point is protected with a cover. Stays are arranged according to the shape of an equilateral triangle.
The roots of a young tree are often shaped on a limited surface and are not ready for appropriate anchoring of the tree in the substrate. We need to give the plant some time to develop its rooting system and for the roots to penetrate the original substrate. By then stronger winds may cause the inclination of the tree or even make it collapse and tear the rooting system out from the hole.
The stabilization of trees is necessary during the first year after their planting. When it is not performed, young trees may get broken and damaged when the trunk is too limp to ensure its vertical position.
The kit includes: 3 plastic pegs 38 cm long + polypropylene strings with the length of 3.6 m each + 3 string covers + 3 tension clips
– ensures vertical position of the tree
– protects the roots against movement
– leads to correct and fast adaptation of the plants
It is particularly recommended for young trees with a tall trunk, diameter 10-15 cm.
1. Insert the bolts into the substrate, maintaining the distance of 120-150 cm from the tree trunk.
(the bolts should be arranged in the shape of an equilateral triangle)
2. Drag each fragment of the string through the fragment of the hose
3. Install the string with the cover on tree trunk and tie
4. Assemble tension clip on the opposite side of the string and perform a knot.
5. Hook the opening up on the bolt and tighten the string by moving the clip
Attention! The stays should be removed after a year.
- Length: 40 cm
- Cell wall height: 10 cm
- Weight: 0,8 kg/ kit
- Material: plastic
- Colour: peg- black, string- white, covers- black
|Package courier:||up to 30 sets|
|Pallet:||up to 320 sets|