Here you will find several accessories which will assist in using our posts correctly.
Prevents the posts from being damaged upon machinery installation.
P3 Impact protector
Fits the P3 intermediate post.
P5 Impact protector
Fits all posts in the P5 series.
P4 + P6 Impact protector
Fits the P4 and P6 intermediate post.
Plastic hooks for S- and R-hook
Protects plastic and plastic-coated wires from damage. The plastic hook can also be used as a replacement hook and can prevent wires from pulling out on undulating terrain. In more extreme slopes, the plastic hook can be turned by 180° to create an inverted hook, eliminating unwanted wire movement.
Hook bracket P5E
The hook bracket is inserted into a hook pair on the P5E end posts. Chains or wire tensioners can be attached to the ends of the bracket.
Hook bracket P7E
The hook bracket is clicked into the eyes in the holes on the post on the end post P7E. Chains or wire tensioners can be attached to the ends of the bracket.
Plastic wire protector
Protects plastic and plastic-coated wires from damage. An additional plastic tab prevents the wires from jumping out.
Base plate P5E
The base plate prevents the end posts from sinking. The locking pin on the base plate for the P5E is not included.
The main purpose of our plant stake is to ensure the plant grows vertically to the cordon wire, in new installations and replacement vines. Our stakes are light and not ribbed, which means they are easily removed from the ground after use. Adapted to machinery use and inter vine cleaners, they protect your plant from machinery. The triple sided profile prevents the stakes from being bent by the harvesting slats on the harvester and cultivators.
The wire spreader is fixed either directly on the moving/fruiting wires or 3-4 inch higher in the next hook, depending on how the vines are grown. The double wires that are attached to the wire spreader are then opened between 7-8 inch or 11-12 inch wide in the spring after the vines are pruned. This ensures that the shoots grow between the moving/fruiting wires. After the shoots have reached the desired height, the wire spreader can be closed and the shoots are fixed upwards for further vertical growth in a single step. Depending on the vine variety and the growth of the vines, this can then be repeated in the upper wire areas of the trellis and therefore the row of vines closed completely in a second step. This wire laying system substantially reduces manual labour, depending on the vine variety.