Plastic Tree Guard
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What are Tree Guards?
A tree guard is a protective structure designed to protect a tree from damage from animals, extreme weather, pollution, and other hazards. Tree guards are typically made from metal, wood, plastic, or composite materials and are usually placed around the trunk of the tree to create a protective barrier. Tree guards can also help retain moisture, reduce weed growth, and prevent soil compaction. Additionally, tree guards help increase the tree's visibility and can even be used to add aesthetic appeal to a landscape.
Tree guards are a simple method of trunk protection, also known as Tree guard protectors. Our tree guards are durable, lightweight plastic and come in various shapes, sizes, and materials. These tree guards make of the best quality plastic and come in multiple lengths to accommodate different sizes of young trees:
10 inches for columnar trees
20 inches for the majority of the young trees
40 inches for larger trees
Which Tree Guard Net is Best for You?
A tree guard net can be critical to the survival of your plants and trees, particularly when they are young and vulnerable to outside forces. When you plant a new tree, you are filled with excitement. Seeing a seedling grow into a stable structure in our yards is satisfying. However, a young tree is vulnerable to the elements and can die quickly. This is why it is critical to protect trees as they grow to remain strong and healthy. Here are some helpful hints for protecting your growing trees. With several types of tree guard nets available, we've compiled a simple list outlining the main advantages of each. Plastic Sleeve Tree Guard is an excellent option. Pre-cut guards are available, as well as rolls that can be cut to size.
A mesh tree guard net is an excellent choice for planting in windy areas because it is reusable and inexpensive. It is also known as the HDPE tree guard net. According to HDPE tree guard manufacturers, these are reusable and more economically convenient. Mesh tree guard nets are used by the National Parks and Wildlife Service to protect plants from wallabies and rabbits because they are a long-lasting solution that allows plants to adapt to their surroundings.
Why Choose a Plastic Sleeve Tree Guard?
Plastic tree guards are typically made of single-faced plastic, which protects the base of the trunk and keeps it dark, cool, and ideal for growth. Plastic sleeve tree guards are extremely simple because they are lightweight and highly customizable to any tree size. The obvious reason for using plastic tree protectors is to keep other wildlife out, such as rodents and rabbits. They also provide support during harsh weather conditions when young trees have weaker trunk strength; however, there are other important reasons to use plastic sleeve tree guards. The use of plastic tree guards helps protect young or newly planted trees from winter sun damage caused by warm winter days followed by cold nights. Summer heat causes tree bark to expand, but freezing temperatures cause splitting. Regardless of the season, this splitting in the tree's bark can result in the burning or scalding of the newly exposed bark.
How to use a Tree Guard to Protect your Tree?
When properly installed, tree guards are most effective. When used with jute matting, they provide:
- UV protection.
- Protection from animals and bugs.
- Protection from wind damage.
- Protection from trampling/physical damage.
- Weed control.
If you follow these few steps, tree guards can increase young saplings' growth and survival rate. After planting the young tree, lay down the weed mat (370x370mm jute square) with the tree in the centre. If you're in a windy area, pin the weed mat to the ground. Weed mats are biodegradable, retain moisture for the tree, and suppress weeds that compete for nutrients. After securing the jute matting, insert one bamboo stake and secure the plastic tree guard.
What are the Features of a Plastic Sleeve Tree Guard?
- Made from recycled plastic
- Creates an ideal microclimate for young plant growth
- UV stabilized
- Scientifically proven to produce the best plant growth results
- Economical and cost-effective for large plantings
- Protects against spray drift and small animals
- Reusable for multiple planting seasons
Advantages of Plastic Sleeve Tree Guard:
- Common Sources of Tree Trunk Injury
- Rabbits and mice (like mice)
- Sun in the winter (sunscald, trunk splitting, etc.)
As winter approaches and other tender food sources become scarce, animals such as rabbits and mice chew tender young bark in desperation. This can cause tree girdling, which disrupts the vital vascular system that trees require to survive. If the branches of a tree are girdled, the damage can be pruned back, and the tree will live. Survival chances are low when the trunk is girdled. Rabbits have been known to wrap dozens of plants and trees in hours, proving that they are not underestimated. Tree guards assist by forming a barrier between the tender bark and foraging animals. Winter sun can also be harmful to a tree's trunk. In the winter, clear, sunny days are followed by colder nights.
On days like these, the bark of a tree will expand in the warmth of the sun, only to shrink dramatically in response to the temperature difference as the sun sets. This rapid expansion and contraction cause splitting in the bark, especially on the side of the tree that receives the most prolonged sun exposure. Sunscald (similar to sunburn) can affect trees in any season. Tree guards in cream-to-white colors help to reflect light and heat, reducing the amount of damage caused by the sun.
Applications of Plastic Tree Guard
A plastic tree guard is a protective barrier used to protect trees from physical damage and herbivore grazing. They are often made of plastic or other durable material and may act as a physical barrier or a chemical deterrent. Plastic tree guards are used to protect newly-planted trees, as well as larger, more established trees. They can also be used to prevent animals from damaging or destroying trees.
Specifications of Plastic Sleeve Tree Guard
- Size: 1. Two meters (4 feet) / 1.5 meter (5 feet) / 2 meter (6 feet)
- Circumference (Round): 1.2 m (4 feet) / 1.5 m (5 feet)
- Aperture Shape: Diamond / Hexagonal
- Aperture size 25mm X 25mm (3 mm) or as per required specification
- Colour- Green
- UV Stabilized
- Packaging: 25 pieces per bundle
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