Flexible Rods Being Applicated in Agriculture-Support Stake

time:2020-11-16

Fiberglass stake is a new type of composite material. It is resistant to both high and low temperature, waterproof, and corrosion resistant. It can be used in any harsh environment. It will bend under force without deformation when stowed. It has been used in outdoor products, chemical industry and other industries for a long time.

In recent years, driven by a large number of pioneering agricultural workers, fiberglass stake has slowly entered farm fields and applied to small arch sheds, grape sheds, plant winding poles and so on. FRP plant support stake has long lifespan which can be used for more than ten years. Compared with traditional  bamboo slice, thin bamboo pole, and wood stake, it saves a lot of manpower and material resources. In addition, the strength of fiberglass poles exceeds that of steel. It has good toughness, no deformation when used up, and is easy to bend, cost effective..

In many large-scale agricultural bases, agricultural fiberglass stakes have largely replaced traditional bamboo stake. The products are scientifically feasible, labor-saving and uniform.

Tips: Choose the diameter of the stake according to your use purpose. It is not the thicker the better.

Flexible Rods Being Applicated in Agriculture-Support Stake

In addition to being used in crops, fiberglass poles can also be used as tree support stakes. Unlike traditional steel pole, FRP support poles are resistant to corrosion and UV. In addition, they also have the following advantages:

  1. Firm and durable, not easy to lose, and can be reused.
  2. Easy to operate. The pole installationonly need one person to operate it, and the operating tool is simple,iron wire and a pair of pliers will be fine. One worker can install poles for 120-200 trees in one day.
  3. Wide adaptability. The support pole works for trees with a diameter of 40-220mm.
  4. Beautiful and generous. The support poleis neat and uniform,with same height, thickness and color. It is the “first attraction” of the landscaping project, showing the spirit of the gardener who strives for excellence.