Optimal basic form for the guidance of T-shaped climbing systems with good cable density over windows, doors etc.. The short cable sections (“wire bridges") arranged on the two t-shaped triple lines offer the plants an additional "grip." In cramped conditions, 2 lines instead of 3 should be used, (basic form 3040) to ensure sufficient distance to the facade's architecturally relevant lines. Please also refer to the guidelines in the climbing plants section for support in choosing a suitable construction style.
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Height x Breadth: max. approx. 3.7 m x 6 m (4.7 m x 7.2 m for Heavy/Massive Kits). Distance between the three ropes: approx. 20 -35 cm, see also below-- "vine training/shoot guidance". The rope bridge on the vertical ropes can be moved up from a centric position to be placed in the "golden ration" of the vertical area (see diagram), thus emphasizing the striving character of the climbing plants. Base point approx. 0.5, 1.2 m above the ground. With more rope, mounts and cross clamps, the basic form is expandable as desired, also up to 4 or 5 parallel ropes. Then, approx. every 1.5 m (1.8 m) inter-supports (mounts) or in each case, a short "rope bridge" made from two holders and a cross clamp. Please contact us if you have questions!
Installation: is carried out as indicated in the diagrams; see the installation tips above (click on a kit for more details). For Easy Kits, diagrams are not yet available. If you order climbing elements and ask specifically for this, you will receive installation instructions.
Vines Training/Shoot Guidance: See diagrams. Vertical cordon in combination with horizontal cordon (R 01). Spur pruning, above also medium-length and long cut. Also a combination of two different vines in separate planting pits is possible(R 02); with off-centre guidance on the vertical ropes, the shoots/branches should point inwards. Central guidance and coming from a common planting pit is also possible (R 03); then halve the number of branches in the vertical area. The distance between the horizontal ropes should - depending on internode spacing typical of the variety - be rather long (so, about 30 -35 cm). 4 -5 horizontal ropes are often even more favourable than 3; then, the distance then can be less.