Friday, February 29, 2008

Growing vertically questions and answers

Jim and group,

I really want to grow vertically as much as possible. Will be the first
time. I understand the tying of the twine at the top but not sure how to anchor the other end at ground level. I get quite a bit of wind here and sometimes occasionally burst of 35 to 50 MPH. If I do not secure at the ground level the plants will end up in the next county. Any suggestions?


Place stakes along the length of your soil-beds, in line with the ridges on the side of the bed your plants are on. If your T-Frames are already there you don't have to use stakes.

Then place wire just above ground level on the stakes or T-Frames with nails.

Ty your baling twine strings to this wire, and you will avoid many problems later.

Jim Kennard

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