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Tubex

Tubex® Tree Shelters

Setting the standard for seedling protection

Item #: 17004
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Description

Tubex Tree Shelters, 2’ L (24”), Pack of 5

These pre-assembled, superior quality, twin-walled, translucent tubes provide a protected, growth-friendly environment for tree seedlings. In addition to offering protection from animals, wind, and chemical sprays, the shelters also provide a greenhouse environment which promotes seedling growth and reduces planting stress. Tubex’s exclusive laserline perforations split to prevent fast-growing trees from being constricted by allowing the trees to break free. The 3´L, 4´L, and 5´L shelters include bird netting that prevents birds from getting into the shelters and becoming trapped. The durable nylon ratchet locking ties are pre-threaded, pre-looped, and releasable. Constructed of UV-stabilized polypropylene co-polymer. Set of five shelters. Stakes sold separately. Diameter varies from 2.874” to 4.133” to allow shelters to be nested.

Note: Due to its length, 17007 requires a freight quote on each order.

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Quick Specs

Brand Tubex
MPN S060G09B (5 PK)
UPC 855197005037
UNSPSC 30121800

Quick Specs

Brand: Tubex
MPN: S060G09B (5 PK)
UPC: 855197005037
UNSPSC: 30121800

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Anonymous

Great for keeping the deer off of my white oak plantings. Prevents them from defoliating the leaves and rubbing off the bark.

Anonymous

I bought these to protect my fruit and nut trees that I have planted on the edges of my food plots to protect them from the antlers rubbing bark off the trees. These are the best thing to do that that I have found. If you have trees and deer you need these.

Anonymous

I just started using the tubes to protect willow sprigs from being girdled by voles in a habitat restoration. Not only do the tubes protect the sprigs, the young willows in the tubes are growing faster and more vertically.