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Fine Mesh Shelters, more natural growth...
Still using tubes? Why not move forward to lower maintenance & economic tree protection?

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Preformed Shrub & Conifer Shelter 1.2m

Preformed Shrub & Conifer Shelter 1.2m

'NEW' GREEN PREFORMED SHRUB AND CONIFER SHELT...

Available in the following sizes:

1.2m High 480mm Diameter
Diamond Extra Wide Fine Mesh Deer Shrub Shelter

Diamond Extra Wide Fine Mesh Deer Shrub Shelter

These should be considered as experimental protection agai...

Available in the following sizes:

1.2m & 1.5m
Diamond Find Mesh Shrub Shelter

The Diamond Fine Mesh Shrub Shelter

Strong reinforced mesh, much more resistant to rabbits Fla...

Available in the following sizes:

60cm & 75cm
The Balance Standard Tree Shelter

The Balance Standard Tree Shelter

75cm High x 120mm Diameter Fine mesh above a 30cm her...

Available in the following sizes:

75cm x 120mm Diam
Balance Fine Mesh Shrub Shelter - 170mm & 'NEW' 150mm Diameters

Balance Fine Mesh Shrub Shelter - 170mm & 'NEW' 150mm Diameters

Fine mesh above a 30cm herbicide protection shield 60...

Available in the following sizes:

Eclipse Shelters  60cm x 120mm

Eclipse Shelters 60cm x 120mm

MUCH CHEAPER THAN TUBES IF CANES USED IN SUPPORT! Squ...

Available in the following sizes:

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Still using tubes?
Why not move forward to lower maintenance & economic tree protection?

Numerous advantages:

  • Economic - far cheaper than tube protection, when maintenance considerations taken into account.
  • Both the 'Standard' Balance and Continental: have 120, diameters to give longer lasting tree protection - much larger diameter compared to tubes.
  • Improved visual appearance - no more cemeteries! Improved tree growth - a more natural growth rate will allow trees to have stronger stems, the micro-environment will, however encourage tree growth upwards as the mesh resists lateral growth.
  • No moisture build-up within Shelter, as with tubes, prior to tree break-out, giving rise to weak deformed stems as a result of strangulation and moisture build-up.
  • Less wind resistance, therefore less wind blown Shelters to straighten.
  • Less woolly aphid problems for Beech.