Hook and Wicket Trellising | Tomato | Cucumber
Hook and Wicket Trellising | Tomato | Cucumber
Hook and Wicket Trellising | Tomato | Cucumber
Tomato Wicket | QLIPR | Hook and Wicket | Clip | Trellising
Tomato Wicket | QLIPR | Hook and Wicket | Clip | Trellising

Kit de guichet en treillis

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Le système de crochet et de treillis Wicket utilisé pour les tomates et les concombres a été développé par Conor à Neversink Farm pour les petits producteurs.

Les guichets peuvent être combinés avec n'importe quel système inférieur et maigre (crochets Qlipr, crochets à rouleaux, tomahooks, etc.) pour éviter la partie "penchée" problématique de la méthode inférieure et maigre. Au lieu de cela, les vignes de tomates ou de concombres sont posées ou superposées sur des guichets. La vigne ne se penche jamais mais est abaissée et déplacée. Cela réduit le temps et les efforts inutiles ainsi que le stress sur la plante, tout en gardant les fruits et les vignes hors du sol.

Les guichets sont en acier zingué robuste de 6 mm. Chaque guichet est composé de trois pièces. Un paquet de 11 pèse plus de 15 livres.

Les guichets doivent être placés au minimum tous les 20 pouces dans la rangée

Pour un lit de 76,2 cm, vous utiliserez un guichet de 61 cm.

Pour un lit de 101,6 cm, vous utiliserez un guichet de 86,4 cm.

Hook and Wicket

Fast and Easy Trellising

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.

High Production for the entire season from one cucumber planting using QLIPR Hook and Wicket

Recommended

Trellis Support

QLIPR Hooks without wickets - A heavy duty wire support that is extremely well installed and reinforced is necessary to lower and lean.

Hook and Wicket - Cheap 1/2” emt tubing can be laid on the trusses.

Hook and Wicket | Lower and Lean | Compared | What is the difference

Selecting your Hook

Hook length is based on the distance from the ground to your trellising support wire or pipe. Use the chart to find the ideal hook for your situation. Same hook length for Tomato or Cucumber.

The goal is to create a comfortable working height. The chart will set the bottom of the hook at 45 to 53" off the ground when using 1/2" emt pipe. Add 2" if using wire.

Hook and Wicket | QLIPR | Tomato Trellising | Indoor | Greenhouse | Lower and Lean

"If your workers are on ladders or step stools when trellising then you are burning money" - Conor Crickmore

Hook and Wicket | QLIPR | Tomato Trellising | Hard Prune | Greenhouse | Lower and Lean
Labor Saving

High Efficiency

Conor switched Neversink Farm to this system more than a decade ago and has never looked back. Conor was looking to greatly increase production of his tomatoes. The major hurdle was that he and the workers were spending far too long trellising and lowering tomatoes every week. The Qlipr system solved that and now in just half a day one person can trellis the entire tomato house which is 100'x30'.

Hook and Wicket Explained

with conor crickmore
Education

Videos on Trellising

For more information about the QLIPR system, Hook and Wicket or Setting up your own trellising, check out our YouTube Trellising playlist.

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