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Tubex manufacture tree shelters, mesh tree guards, spiral shelters and tree wraps

Forestry

Establishing a forest is easier with Tubex shelters as they protect against animal browsers (rabbits, hares, muntjac and deer) and herbicide spray, whilst enhancing the growth through a microclimate. The Tubex tree protection shelter range are designed to offer solutions for all tree species – whether just browsing protection, microclimatic or ventilation is required to optimise tree establishment. Products available include tree shelters, mesh tree guards, Combitube, Ventex and tree stakes.

Tubex shelters and tree guards for forestry applications

Landscaping

Tubex offers a range of tree and shrub protection products from hedging and small scale projects to large projects with mixed planting stocks. Tubex tree shelters and guards are designed to protect plants from browsing animals including rabbits and deer. Products include shrubshelters, mesh tree guards for shrubs, easywraps, spiral shelters, Ecostart, stakes and canes.

Tubex tree protection shelters and guards are used on Landscaping projects, for browsing protection, sheltered environment and herbicide protection

Viticulture

Using Tubex vine shelters to establish and maintain your vineyard gives you flexibility as it protects against herbicide spray and mechanical maintenance, whilst also maximising vine establishment through a microclimate in the vine shelter. Products available include Tubex vinewrap, Vine Original, Ecovine and canes.

Tubex supplies vine shelters to protect vines from browsing animals, herbicide spraying and mechanical applications while promoting fast stronf vine establishment

Fruit

Fruit growers can benefit from the protection of their fruit trees against animals, weeds, herbicide sprays and mechanical maintenance with Tubex shelters, giving you flexibility in site maintenance. Tubex products that are suitable for fruit tree protection include fruitwrap, treeguard and layflat tree guard netting.

Fruit growers can benefit from the protection of their fruit trees against animals, weeds, herbicide sprays and mechanical maintenance with Tubex shelters

Tubex - World-leading Tree Shelters and Planting Products

Tubex designs and produces tree shelters to protect and enhance growth of young plants. Tubex tree shelters protect plants from browsing animals and have been specially designed to provide the right solution to your planting needs, offering tree protection solutions in Landscaping, Forestry, Fruit and Viticulture sectors. Products include tree shelters, shrub shelters, plastic mesh tree guards and tree wraps.
 

Simon Place, an RFS member and UK sales Manager for Tubex contacted the RFS and committed to supporting the project with ....   Read More »

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In The Spotlight

TUBEX Sponsors RFS Conifers for Colleges

Simon Place, an RFS member and UK sales Manager for Tubex contacted the RFS and committed to supporting the project with 2500 tree guards of a variety of different types and sizes.
 

The Royal Forestry Society educational and research project, Conifers for Colleges, brings together foresters of the future with specialist tree nurseries and industry experts.

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The unique Conifers for Colleges programme has gone live with a launch at Moulton College in Northamptonshire and praise from across the forestry sector.
 
Conifers for Colleges recognises the risks that climate change, pests and diseases represent to woodlands, as well as the need for a wider range of tree species and a greater supply of skills to ensure that the UK nurtures resilient and productive woodlands for future generations.
 
Speaking at the launch, Director of FC England Ian Gambles described Conifers for Colleges as playing an important part in the forestry sector\'s response to the challenge of resilience.
 
Launching the project, RFS President Sir Jack Whitaker says: "It’s time to recognise that conifer plantations are the engine-house of the UK forestry industry which employs 40,000 people and generates some £8bn of GDP - 90% of that can be attributed to conifers. Yet we still import 80% of our timber needs, and we are still felling conifers without replacing them.
 
"With the generous support of our sponsors, Conifers for College will raise the low awareness of this important resource, and opportunity, which should be contributing far more to our national economy.
 
Ian Gambles added: “We must make our forests more resilient to the pest and disease threats we face now and the future challenge of climate change.
 ”For decades we limited our choices to just a few species, leaving our forests and timber supplies vulnerable. “Conifers for Colleges” is one important part of the sector’s response to the challenge of resilience, and I warmly welcome the initiative. This is a time of change where foresters and nurseries, including on our own public forest estate, are specifying a greater range of species and provenances for their stock.
 
Each college will receive 400 coniferous trees and 100 additional broadleaf trees donated by project sponsors Alba Trees in East Lothian, Cheviot Trees Ltd of Berwick on Tweed, and Prees Heath Nurseries of Whitchurch, Shropshire and 500 tree guards to protect trees from damage donated by Tubex.
 
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For Prees Heath Nurseries, David Gwillam says: "We are pleased to support the RFS. initiative to raise the profile of conifers and their importance in not only there commercial value but also the diversity they bring to wildlife.
 
Grant Murray, Sales Director, Alba Trees says: "We are delighted to be helping our industry look to the future and gather knowledge on new species for our woodland resource. We hope that our support of the Conifers for Colleges project will spread that knowledge and allow forestry students to develop their skills."
 
For Cheviot Trees, Jonathan Cameron, Sales & Marketing Manager said: "Cheviot Trees are delighted to donate our cell grown trees to a project which enables hands on learning for the foresters of the future."

 

Welcoming opportunities for the forest supply chain to become involved in the project Simon Place, Tubex UK, Sales Manager, says: "Tubex are proud and excited to be a sponsor of the Conifers for Colleges Project. The idea of involving young industry students and helping them to understand the importance of coniferous species diversification and future woodland resilience is a very worthwhile project. Tubex is keen to follow the progress closely and assist where we can with our product range, while giving our support to the invaluable work of the Royal Forestry Society and their partners."
 
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