Farmers are always searching for practical and more efficient ways to do their job. An experienced apple grower named Ludwig Gohly designed the Universal Trellis Clip (also know as Tree & Irrigation Holders) to reduce the time and money he spent on his orchard located in Osoyoos, British Columbia. Evans Manufacturing Company began working alongside of Ludwig, manufacturing the Universal Trellis Clip. Over the years, this method has benefited farmers locally and worldwide. The original intent of the clip was for apple tree support and irrigation lines, but it is by no means limited for this purpose. Our products are being successfully used for other fruit trees, along with berry canes and vines. We manufacture a large and small clip. The wire used for the clips contain a special galvanized coating which bonds to the metal at the atomic level. Because of this, the clips are corrosion resistant for many years allowing them to be reused.
Product in Action...
Using the clip is very efficient. It requires only one hand to attach the clip to the trellis wire, leaving the other hand free to support the tree in its place. Once connected to the wire, the clip keeps the tree standing firm, even when windy. Not only is it easy and fast, the clip is more economical than other products on the market. Since the time spent in the orchard is reduced, labor costs are lower. No tools are required or recommended for using the clip. Removal of the clip is just as easy when removing trees or switching clip sizes for larger trees.
More than just Apple trees…
The original intent of the clip was for apple tree support and irrigation lines, but its other purposes include:
- Other types of fruit trees
- Berry canes
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The Trellis clip comes in a 90mm and 70mm option
Small Clips Box includes 3000 clips in easy use bundles
Large Clips Box includes 2500 clips in easy use bundles
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