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Tree Stake Extra Strap

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Extra strap for Tree Stake system. Allows for movement and growth. Use individually or join end-to-end for additional length. Resists sunlight degradation for a longer life. Flexible plastic strap is ¾” wide x 10½” long. Includes 1 strap.

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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
I use these to stabilize the trees, of course, but they also work really well to hang Christmas ornaments without damaging the tree limbs.
MARIVENE Z on Dec 30, 2017
I wouldn't be without these. Good for tying up anything. Just be sure and check ever so often to make sure they haven't gotten too tight.
Mary Beth D on Mar 8, 2017
I use these to stabilize the trees, of course, but they also work really well to hang Christmas ornaments without damaging the tree limbs.
MARIVENE Z on Dec 30, 2017
I knew that one of the cherry trees we purchased was only a whip and with the winds that we sometimes get in our west yard I felt the tree would near more support that just the strap and the top of the stack
Trudy J on Apr 24, 2017
I wouldn't be without these. Good for tying up anything. Just be sure and check ever so often to make sure they haven't gotten too tight.
Mary Beth D on Mar 8, 2017
I knew that one of the cherry trees we purchased was only a whip and with the winds that we sometimes get in our west yard I felt the tree would near more support that just the strap and the top of the stack
Trudy J on Apr 24, 2017
How tight (or loose) should these be?
Roger V on Nov 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Tight enough to straighten the trunk, but not too tight too injure the bark. All depends on your tree, so there is no one answer that fits all.

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Does the job.
Does a good job of holding trees in place and protecting them from wind damage and other adverse weather conditions that could uproot a young tree.
May 6, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Tree Stake Extra Strap
These are the best things since cholcotate covered cherries! I wish you had sold them sooner. They are a little pricey but since I ordered over 48 You can tell how much I really liked them. You can also put them together to make longer strap. They are excellent for climbing roses.
April 13, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Necessity of extra long Stakes and extra straps
After many years of planting fruit trees one of the more important steps to preserve and protect new trees and older trees is staking. Dwarf trees are very susceptible to high winds because go their smaller root system.
We have his winds a few times a year in excess of 50 mph. This year 90 mph. Staking is the only way to protect your fruit trees.
Staking is the least expensive process to preserve all our hardwork and years of waiting for the trees to become fully productive, ergo, stake and protect them.
Stark has two systems. The long staking system is best for maturing trees.
Long staking is an investment that always pays dividends.
WLM Boyds, MD
March 26, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
Good strap
With the severe heat in the south east we need good quality at a good price, we have both
July 7, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Tree support
Looked a long time for a nice tree support strap so when I saw these I knew they would work perfectly and they did. The color blends in nicely and I would recommend them to others.
August 25, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago