Trellis Wicket Farm Starter Kit
Trellis Wicket Farm Starter Kit
Trellis Wicket Farm Starter Kit

Trellis Wicket Farm Starter Kit

Normaler Preis €926,95

The Wicket trellis system is used for tomatoes and cucumbers. Hook and Wicket trellising was developed at Neversink Farm for small scale growers.

Wickets can be combined with any lower and lean Hook system (Qlipr Hook, Roller Hook, or Tomahook) to avoid the problematic "leaning" portion of the lower and lean method. Rather the tomato or cucumber vines are laid or layered on top of wickets. The vine never leans but is lowered and moved. This reduces unnecessary time and effort as well as stress on the plant, while keeping fruits and vines off the ground.

Wickets are zinc plated heavy duty 6mm steel. Each wicket is made of three pieces. A pack of 11 weighs over 15 pounds.

Wickets should be placed at minimum every 20” within the row

For 30 inch Bed you would use a 24" Wicket

For 40 inch Bed you would use a 34" Wicket

Wickets farm starter includes 110 Wickets.

Hook and Wicket

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Hook and Wicket

This system was developed at Neversink Farm by adapting proven large scale systems for the small scale grower.

You can combine Wickets with any vine lowering system (Qlipr Hooks, Roller Hooks and TomaHooks) to convert a lower and lean system to The Hook and Wicket.

Leaning causes stress to the plant and your trellis support. Also the fruit just ends up on the ground anyway.

When you incorporate wickets, leaning is unnecessary and trellising is much easier and faster. Your tomatoes are off the ground and easy to harvest.

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