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All plants need support in order to produce most fruits and vegetables they can! As the plant grows, it is producing heavy fruits that pull the plant downward. When you give it the support it needs, the plant redirects the energy back into growth and production versus having to try and keep itself upright! Plant support systems also help eliminate mold and fungus on the plants.
Providing superior plant support, the EZ rings can be custom placed to ensure support for any plant in the garden. The EZ rings come in 8″, 10″, or 12″ diameter to accommodate a variety of plants and will attach to ANY 3/8″ to 3/4″ post. Unlike plant cages, our rings are adjustable, compact, and reusable with a 10-year Warranty. The EZ ring is height adjustable and can rotate 360 degrees around the post to ensure proper plant support at any stage of growth. Our EZ design makes it simple to place additional rings on the post as the plant grows without causing any damage to the plant. The rings can also be turned upside down for heavier support. The wider radius of our rings provide the plant significantly more stability and flexibility during high winds or storms compared to regular wire cages.
EZ Step-In Posts
When installing the EZ Step-In Post or any other post you always want the anchor (or foot platform) facing the plant to receive the maximum results for the plant. First, plant your tomato, pepper, raspberry or any type of plant that needs proper support first. Then install the EZ Step-In Post right after you plant. The reason for this is you do not want to disrupt the root system. This could harm and reduce the production of your plants.
Plant Support System
All plants need support in order to produce the most fruits and vegetables they can! When using the EZ Step-In Post, put the anchor (or foot platform) facing the plant to receive the maximum growth. As the plant grows, it is producing heavy fruits that pull the plant downward. First, plant your tomato, pepper, raspberry or any type of plant that needs proper support. Then, install the EZ Step-In Post in order to not disrupt the strength of the root system. When you give it the support it needs, the plant redirects the energy into growth and production versus having to try and keep itself upright! Plant support systems also help eliminate mold and fungus.
Supporting Tomato Plants
For the tomato plant, we suggest attaching any of the 3 size rings (8″, 10″, or 12″) depending on the diameter of the plant. This allows our growers to customize the system. We suggest attaching a support ring every 6-10 inches as the plant grows upright. Because our EZ rings rotate around the post, this captures the vines in whatever direction they may grow. This also helps with adequate air flow for the plant to keep mold and fungus away. Furthermore, the rings help keep the fruit out of reach of pests.
After planting the tree, put the three posts with the anchor facing towards the tree in a triangle formation. This will help give the post a spring like effect and allow the tree to have movement with the rings that flex when the wind is blowing. This will not only protect the tree from falling over but it will help strengthen the root system from attracting disease.
Step by Step
1. Take the 8” rings and place them around the tree.
2. Attach the rod clamp to the ring and do not attach it to the post.
3. Take your post and align the outside of the rod clamp on the outside of the post giving you the correct distance where you will install the post. Keep the ring about a quarter inch away from the tree.
4. Place the post in the ground anchor facing the tree.
5. Slide the rod clamp without the ring on it, down the post about 6-8 inches.
6. Take the locking nut with the notches facing out and tighten to the post making it secure.
7. The tree will be protected and also have great curb appeal.
10X better than a Tomato cage and Compact for storage with 10 year Warranty.
• EZ Rings- 10 Year Warranty from breakage
• EZ Step-In Post Lifetime on structural
• EZ Step-In Post come in Midnight Black or Safety Orange