Basic form for guiding light to medium-strong twiners, roses, vines (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." With this highly versatile cable system, the wire ropes can be very close or quite far apart. For delicate plants that need more care around the base area, systems such as 7020 are more suitable. Please also refer to the guidelines in the climbing plants section for support in choosing a suitable system (see charts at the bottom of each plant profile).
Order as a kit: list of parts, information, and assembly tips
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The pre-assembled kits are suitable for all wall types, with the exception of walls with external insulation, cladding, and thin-walled concrete elements. Alternatives can be put together in all cases.
Height x Width: standard up to approx. 4.5 m x 1.0 m (up to 6.5 m x 1.0 m with Heavy/Massive Kits). Base point approx. 0.5 - 1.2 m above 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: System 5020, when mounted in a standing rectangle, is an inexpensive alternative with one less horizontal cable. With more rope and mounts, etc. the basic form 4030 is expandable as desired; then inter-supports (mounts) with max. 1.5 m (2.2 m) space between them and/or short wire rope "bridges" must be set. If the system is set very wide, the two cross clamps may have to be replaced by wall mounts. In public areas, some people consider climbing these ladder-like systems. If this is a concern in your situation, the lower horizontal rope, as it is not essential, can be left off. Similarly, slack cross ropes can be inserted (e.g. for clematis) analogous to system 5050. Of course, the system can also be installed horizontally-- similar to 8010.
Installation: as shown in the diagrams. Refer also to the assembly tips above (click on a kit for details).
Vine Training/Shoot Guidance: See diagrams. Ideal for vertical cordons with a short cut and attachment or weaving of 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 vines in one planting pit is possible...then halve the number of branches in the vertical area (R 02). With an off-centre guidance of two shoots (R 03), the branches should point inwards, and the distance between vertical wire ropes should be at least 30 cm. The stems should be led only to approx. 50 cm under the top edge of the climbing field.