Basic form for guiding light to medium-strong twiners, roses, grapevines (see below), and various other climbing plants. This form is the result of arranging multiple vertical wire ropes and then connecting them with horizontal wire rope "bridges". This stainless steel wire rope system is versatile. The wire ropes can be very close or quit far apart. For filigree plants that need more care around the base area, systems such as 7020 are more suitable. Please also use the indications for the choice of a suitable style on the climbing plants page.
Order as a kit: Parts list, information and assembly tips
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Height x breadth: default till approx. 4.5 m x 1.0 m (with a heavy/massive kit to 6.5 m x 1.0 m). Base area of the system should be approx. 0.5, 1.2 m over the ground. Depending on plant type, keep the vertical wire ropes closer together approx. 15 -30 (35) cm, with climbing Roses also up to 50 cm.
Variations: A cheap alternative with one less horizontal rope is system 5020, obstructed upright rectangularly. In turn with more rope, holders etc. the basic form 4030 is arbitrarily expandable, then provide inter-holders with at most 1.5 m (2.2 m) space between one another and/or short wire rope "bridges". If the system is drawn very broadly, the two cross clamps schould be replaced by wall mounts. In public areas, some people consider climbing these ladder like system. In that case leave out the lower horizontal rope to prevent any such issues. In addition loose crossways ropes can be inserted (e.g. for clematis) analogously to the system 5050. Of course the system can also be installed lying down - horizontal - similar to 8010.
Installation: is carried out as pointed out on the graphics. In addition, take note of the assembly tips (above).
Grape vine guidance: See graphics. Ideal for vertical cordons with a short cut and fastening/attaching the the green shoots on the two edge ropes. Also possible is a long cut, then bend the long shoots to the edge ropes (R 01). A combination of two different grape vines in one planting pit is possible. Then halve the amount of shoot positions in the vertical area (R 02). With an off-centre guidance of two shoots (R 03) the shoot positions should point inward. Then the distance between vertical wire ropes should be at least 30 cm. Only lead stems to approx. 50 cm under the climbing aids top edge.