TIDYWIRE™ IN USE
See how the foliage wire is easily engaged into the Tidywire spiral locking mechanism during pruning.Posted by Tidywire Enterprises on Saturday, 26 May 2018
See how the foliage wires are easily engaged into the Tidywire locking mechanism during hand pruning.
The foliage wire is now secured to the trellis until the next growing season when the foliage wire is then disengaged and used to hold the canopy up.
Disengaging the Foliage Wire from Tidywire™
EL Stage 27 means foliage wire lifting time. Disengaging the wire from Tidywire is easy and hassle free. No need to carry any tools either!!Posted by Tidywire Enterprises on Thursday, 15 November 2018
See how the foliage wire is simply disengaged from the Tidywire™ during foliage wire lifting time. There is no need to carry extra tools, and no need to walk back up the row. With a Tidywire™ installed every 50 – 60 metres, Tidywire™ makes the job quicker and simpler resulting in far better efficiencies.
Tidywire has just finished a 7 hectare installation job in Langhorne Creek SA. See how Tidywire has adjusted to the aged bow of the vine trunk, whilst keep the foliage wire up off the ground and retained to the vine trellis, thus making midrow management a lot easier for the growing season.
Tidywire™ has just completed an 8 week trial examining the effects ‘sheep in the vineyard’ have on installed Tidywires. The trial showed zero damage to the installed Tidywires by the sheep as they roamed the vineyard for 2 months feeding on the grass in the midrows.
Here we have tested Tidywires strength under load, and as the result shows – Tidywire™ can handle a lot of weight without losing its shape or form. 25.88kg is the read-out, whilst the weight of an unused foliage wire in the midrow is under 2kg. Tidywire™ is more than strong enough to hold the weight […]