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Up to 150% faster growth! These clever little plant sleeves are designed to shelter tender young vines from harsh sun damage, creating a microclimate for each plant that not only helps it survive, but thrive — with a highly desirable even root-to-shoot ratio. The patented two-piece construction has a sophisticated technical design that allows the perfect blend of blue and red light to penetrate the grow-tube wall, which increases the rate of photosynthesis in the early stages of grape-vine establishment. The result: stronger root development, stem/trunk caliper growth and faster overall growth. Long-lasting tubes are made with pure resins and UV inhibitors to protect young vines for up to 5 years. Also guards against animal browsing and chemical sprays. Each tube is 3.5” across. Easy two-part assembly. Can also be used on very young trees.

Options:
15" Grape Vine Grow Tube is designed for cordon/fruiting wires 24-30” tall
24" Grape Vine Grow Tube is designed for cordon/fruiting wires 30-36” tall
30" Grape Vine Grow Tube is designed for cordon/fruiting wires 36-72” tall

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Protect new berry vines
Terry G on Sep 23, 2020
Want best chance for vines to survive
William P on Aug 6, 2020
Protect new berry vines
Terry G on Sep 23, 2020
I have one for a grape vine that I planted earlier this year. The grape vine seems to be doing well.
Kate H on Sep 21, 2020
Want best chance for vines to survive
William P on Aug 6, 2020
Iwanted to protect the grapevine from rabbits and other critters.
Kate H on Jul 1, 2020
I have so much grass to weed-eat around my vines and these look like good protection.
Louis M on May 26, 2020
I see commercial grape growers use something similar. Haven't had any success growing grapes yet. I am hoping this will help.
Laura C on Apr 29, 2020
Have been trying to grow grapes in the wind here in NM and have not had any luck. Hope that this helps with these. The effort is getting very expensive.
Jane C on Apr 24, 2020
To give the Cowart a better chance.
Barry L on Mar 13, 2020
It helps tremendously with the growing of the grapes
Sharon W on Oct 1, 2019
I have a grape vine growing in a pot, transplanting in the ground and a bit concerned about rabbits damaging the vine come winter.
Michael G on Aug 12, 2019
I have one for a grape vine that I planted earlier this year. The grape vine seems to be doing well.
Kate H on Sep 21, 2020
Iwanted to protect the grapevine from rabbits and other critters.
Kate H on Jul 1, 2020
When is it best to remove the blue tubes from young grape vines?
DR MARY T on Jun 26, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Grow tubes should be removed towards the end of the first season so that the vines can harden off in anticipation of cold weather. The tubes can be re-used for subsequent plantings.
Do you suggest starting with an arbor right away?
Alicia R on Jun 12, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It's really not necessary, as the tube is its own kind of support for a short while. It is easier, however, to build the arbor first, before planting, vs. trying to build an arbor around the plants.
Ok to use when planting grape vines in fall and leave in place through the winter?
Norman on Sep 5, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I placed the ???blue plastic??? around the bottoms of the plants and secured it with clothes pins. Then I used lots of mulch to try to protect the roots from freezing temps. All my plants survived except the Muscadines. I would not call these ???tubes.??? What I received was more like sheets of heavy blue plastic. I hope this helps. I am very pleased with Starks??? customer service. The vines that survived our winter are thriving and beautiful.
Can I use this for Kiwi Berries?
gardening on Apr 28, 2020
BEST ANSWER: ANY KIND OF VINING PLANT

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grapevine blue tube
I just bought this last weekk so I dont have any real way to know the benefits for this season so far. Let you know end of season as I am testing on twp plants and leaving the other 2 plants as is. we'll see!!
July 18, 2019
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