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Give your tomatoes and other vining plants the support they need to grow with the Wire tomato cage. Plants that grow inside a cage utilize the sides of the cage to support the stems and need fewer ties. Just place 1 plant inside the cage and guide the stems through as they grow.
This tomato cage is ample enough to help keep even the largest tomato plants contained and under control without blocking sunlight or rain, but be sure to keep plants growing tall and off the ground for better air circulation. The large openings make harvesting easy and its galvanized finish makes it reusable season after season. This cage can be used in a garden bed, raised garden or for container gardening while the different color can help with organization of different plants while also giving an aesthetic look to your garden.
These cages are easy to take out at the end of the season and are stackable within each other for easy storage. Also works great for peony plants. Also used to create Halloween, Fall, Christmas decorations. with a can of paint and a spark of your imagination, you can transform your Wire Tomato cages into a carousel of color for your garden. You can also give them life as unique side tables, plant stands, bird baths or other many practical functions our tomato cages offer to you.
|Size||Height 4', Height 5', Height 6', Height 7'|
|Finish||Galvanized, PVC/PE Coated and so on.|
|Sample time||3-7 days|
|Usage:||To support the plant|
|Characteristics||Flexible; Rust-proof; Good tension support;|
|Package||packed in bag|
|Payment Terms||30% prepayment ,the balance at sight B/L copy|
|Delivery Time||35~40 days after receipt of deposit.|
Rings Flower Tomato Cage Plant Support
Very easy to use and intake, eco-friendly.
Effective for the growth of honey-dew melon,eggplant,hot pepper and other vine plants.The bamboo style stake is well designed like natural bamboo.The bright and smooth surface will not hurt the plants when supporting them.
Color and size can be adjustable
How Do I Choose the Right Cages?
Cages are essential for first-time and seasoned gardeners, and several types are available for purchase. In the end, select the safest sturdy cages to avoid causing harm to your plants!
Tomato plant types that need cage support are generally trailing or semi-vining. We advise choosing a tomato cage that allows your plants to vine up while receiving sunlight, not vertical, like an arbor, since they require additional support.
Different Types of Tomato Cages
When choosing the proper garden cages, first considerÃƒâ€š eco-friendly and homemade cages. These are healthiest for the environment and will save you trips to the store! Using what you have on hand will always save lots of money that you can then put into other garden areas.
If you’d prefer to purchase a cage, Metal cages easily stick directly into the ground and guide your tomato plant stems up and around their cone shapes.
We also love the aesthetics of tomato ladders and obelisk tomato cages. Ladders give you a unique look while allowing stems to grow both up and down versus just straight up
This products for your garden and vegetable, are mainly for tomatos, grape, and other more plants brace. It gives the plants nature support, made them growing under control, take up less space and less susceptible to pests and diseases since the fruits are usually off the ground. Compare with the other garden tools it’s much easier to use and cost less.
While using tomato cages to grow your plants, you’ll be relieved of pruning, pinching off suckers, or training your plants. Cages provide well-balanced shade for tomatoes and also help prevent sunscald.
Shade also helps plants retain the correct amount of moisture while keeping your plant free from issues such as blossom end rot and cracking!
A few cons to putting tomatoes in cages are the risks of bending or falling due to the plant’s maturity and figuring out space accommodations when planting. In addition, standard metal cages aren’t an ideal choice for small garden beds. Tomatoes will also need longer times to ripen due to added foliage shade.
Staking Tomato Plants
If you choose to stake your tomato plans, it saves lots of space in small garden beds. Generally, staking is very straightforward and keeps your vines and tomatoes elevated. Elevation helps reduce rot which then produces healthier tomatoes.
To maintain a plant’s ripening energy, you’ll have to continue frequently pruning if you choose to stake your tomato plants. Choosing sturdy stakes will also help your tomatoes grow larger and become easier to locate along with the vines.
Wire, Metal, Wood, and Plastic
Our research found the best overall choices are between wire, metal, and powder-coated metals. Wood cages are helpful but will depreciate quickly due to weather conditions. We also say to avoid anything made of plastic. You’ll find plastic will weather way faster than any other outdoor materials.
Tomatoes are the most versatile fruits in the fruit kingdom due to their various usages. However, tomatoes are expensive because they are difficult to grow. Instead of buying them, you can plant some in your garden, but they only grow in a horizontal position which further ruins the fruits before they reach the ripening age.
Besides, these cages help in improving the growth rate of the plant as well. As there are tons of products available in the market, it can get confusing to choose one.