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Banana Ripening Bags
Bunch covers protect the fruit from bird, wind and sun damage, improve its quality and increase the yield. These bags are half blue plastic and half silver to reflect heat and are used around the world with the silver colour facing the sun and the blue side closest to the "trunk". The bag comes as a tube which slides up the bunch and ties loosely only at the top and is left open at the bottom, as this allows air movement and prevents possible overheating in the bag. Cut off the flower bell 100 mm below the last hand to increase fruit size. 1200mm x 730mm.
TB105 minimum 10 per order
Eco Bag Tree Watering System
This is an award winning Aussie invention that will water a young tree for up to 30 days by capillary action.
TW147 minimum 6 per order
TW107 minimum 10 per order
These sleeves are used along thousands of kilometres of roads and for Landcare and private plantings throughout Australia. They are made of UV stabilised clear plastic. Using these can greatly increase the success rate of tree plantings by reducing wind, cold and animal damage. Standing at 600 mm tall x 400 mm wide they suit most natives and many young trees. Stakes not included.
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TT147 minimum 50 per order
This Australian made self-watering tree guard holds 20 litres of water and applies it directly to the root zone for up to 16 days, through the coiled dripper. Useful in establishing trees especially in remote locations, in a dry season or for general use in the garden as it has been shown to speed establishment and increase growth rates and improve yields. You get the benefits of a sleeve while also providing water to the root zone of a young plant. This reusable item has an expected field life of 2 years. Three stakes needed (stakes not included). 500 mm tall x 350 mm wide.
TW112 minimum 6 per order
TW113 minimum 11 per order
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