Proper tree form = bigger, better-quality fruit. When you properly spread the limbs of a growing fruit tree, you’re allowing more sunlight and air movement into the canopy, which not only reduces disease opportunities but gives you larger, more well-developed fruit. Carefully place our extra-strength plastic limb spreaders between a tree’s young, flexible branches and the trunk to form strong, wide angles (ideally about 45 degrees from vertical). Use them again and again—you will really notice a difference in the health of your tree and the quality of your crop.
- Choose the 15 cm or 23 cm (6″ or 9″) spreaders for stone-fruit trees (cherries, plums, peaches)
- Choose the 23 cm or 30.5 cm (9″ or 12″) spreaders for apple and pear trees
Sold in packs of 10.