Sherrilltree 40746 DeepRoot Light Duty Tree Anchoring Kit *DISCONTINUED*

    By Sherrilltree | Mfr#: 40746 | Tiger#: TS90277
    • DeepRoot Light Duty Tree Anchoring Kit DEE40746
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    • Easy and safe to install
    • Eye opening of diameter 1' (2.5cm) to hold the cord tightly
    • Soft propylene lengths/cords that do not damage barks
    • Resists strain and bad weather
    • Versatile - can be used for nursery and large trees
    • Never cuts into tree barks or stems
    • Reusable stakes save cost and time
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    List Price: $19.95
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    Overview for Sherrilltree 40746 DeepRoot Light Duty Tree Anchoring Kit

    The DeepRoot Light Duty Anchoring Kit is a professional kit that consists of ties/tapes and steel stakes for anchoring or guying trees up to 3" (7.5 cm) in the caliper. It is an ideal package for rocky or hard soils and is very economical for arborists.

    Ideal for Hard Soil: The arborists do not have to worry now, as the light-duty anchoring system for young trees and shrubs is the best solution for anchoring on hard soils. It can be easily used on rocky soils or hard dirt and provide maximum support with its great breaking strength of 409.2kg.

    Easy & Safe to Install: The anchoring kit for light-duty purposes is easy and safe to install. It can be cut to any length, nailed, or tied-off. No drive rods or other additional tools are required to adjust and fix it. Furthermore, the soft material of the cords never cuts into the tree barks or stems, hence posing no harm.

    Reusable Stakes: An exceptional feature of the anchoring kit is that it comes with stakes that can be reused and are ideal for rocky grounds. The reusable feature saves one from having to rebuy the whole kit just for a single stake.

    Versatility: The light-duty guying kit has widespread uses due to its high breaking strengths. It is best for new nursery transplants, as well as large tree moving and for staking and guying younger trees.