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Merits Of The V Trellis System

Why using the v trellis is important to gardeners

The first goal of using trellises is to reduce labor and also maximum yield. However, there are different trellis styles and each on has its own advantages. Growers should, therefore, evaluate each trellising system to know the best for their crops. V-Trellising system with Meta T postThis is the most common form of trellising bramble cane. A typical design consists of steel post that is set approximately 20-30 degree from vertical.


  • Greater light penetration
Light is very important to the success of every garden operation. When plants receive an adequate amount of sunlight on daily basis, they tend to perform well and grow healthier. This trellising system allows better light penetration which plants needs. The foliages are well exposed to sunlight which is good for the plant.
  • Yields higher than a single post
The reason for growing crops is to increase yield and with this trellising system allowing the plant to have an adequate amount of sunlight on daily basis, the grower will surely benefit from an increased yield.
  • Proper air circulation
Proper air circulation is needed for plants to remain healthy in the field. It helps to reduce the buildup and spread of diseases which can cause stunted growth or death of the plant.
  • V-trellising system with rebar
This system is used by many growers too. It is flexible and can also be bent easily to make tunnels, arches, and other free-form curvy shapes. There is only one step in making this rebar trellising system which is by placing the rebar at the right place and tying it with in place with wire. However, there are also other design options you can choose from.  
  • It is economical
Every grower will like to reduce the cost of operation to make more profit. This is very necessary to sustain the farm. However, this trellising system is economical. Growers can reuse the posts anytime they want.
  • Cane is removed easily after harvest
Another advantage if this trellising system is that the cane can be removed easily after harvesting is done. This reduces labor and allows growers to manage their gardens without much stress.The one thing with this system is that it may not be strong enough to support the heavy load from the plant.
  • V-Trellising system with wood
The structure of this system is similar to the first. The only difference is that it is made of wood while the other is made of metal. The advantages are also similar. It allows the canopy to open wide for better yield as well as air circulation.v trellis ConclusionTrellising system allows growers to manage their gardens without much stress. It increases yield and allows more crops to be cultivated in limited space. This system offers lots of benefits and growers when used.


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