|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||SGS, FDA, ISO9001|
|Model Number:||Tree protectors|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||2000 sets|
|Packaging Details:||woven bag|
|Delivery Time:||as your requirement qty|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C|
|Supply Ability:||3 days per one 40'HQ|
|Weight:||397g||Port:||Ningbo Or Shanghai|
Durable Plastic Plant Protectors 2mm Thickness 50 Length UV Resistant
The Secret to Healthy, Fast-Growing Trees- Small Boss PLANT PROTECTOR
The care you give your trees in the early stages of their growth will affect their shape, strength and life span. In their first few seasons, young trees expend a lot of energy to establish their roots in the soil. They are very susceptible to heat and drought so by following a few easy good –practice tree care tips you can provide your trees with the best environment for their growth and ensure they look their best.
The Secret from Small Boss, Small Boss Company has cooperated with European and Mediterranean plant protection organization to design and study it and Small Boss Company has done many innovations in Machine and production process to improve the quality to keep its roundness ,length,density more uniform and unified.
Detailed designs in different sizes:
|Different Diameter Size||66mm||72mm||78mm||84mm||90mm|
Weight:80 gr or more under the Height.
Height: 40,60,50,70,80 and 90 cm (height) under proportional product conditions.
Internal diameter: 8 cm
Double wall .
Fully plain for packing condition.
Quick opening system for use
PP. UV. 3 years guarantee.
Color is green .
Plant Protector with holes or without holes (blind) at bottom side.
Up side of the piece will have an small opening (to avoid plant cut with profile limit at superior side one time that piece is used).
How to install Small Boss tree or shrub shelters?
Methods of installation differ according to taste, site conditions and size of tree. Below shows two examples – one for ‘notch’ planting with smaller bare root or cell grown stock, and one for ‘pit’ planting, for stock with a larger root ball.
1. Dig out sufficient soil to comfortably accommodate the root ball of your tree/shrub.
2. Apply any fertilizer or compost at this stage.
NOTE: If a pre-herbicide treatment has not been used, it is best to discard the turf to avoid excessive weed growth within the shelter.
3. Place tree into the pit and replace soil, firming carefully so as not to damage either tree / shrub or root.
4. Now bang in stake using similar method to notch planting, being careful not to damage tree with hammer or post driver.
5. Push shelter firmly into ground.
6. Complete the operation by tightening the releasable tie and tucking the end into the hole in the shelter.