Fruit Tree Ties

Strong yet very economical tie ideal for training and holding fruit trees and berry crops.

close up of a fruit tree tie being used to hold a fruit tree branch close to wire.
The Fruit Tree Ties from Klipon are a strong and cost-effective tie, suitable for training and holding fruit trees as well as robust cane varieties. It can also be used to attach large-diameter irrigation pipes to wire. Constructed with UV-stabilized nylon and polypropylene, these ties are made to last.
Ideal for training and holding fruit trees such as nashi, persimmon, apple and cherry
Suited to other crops such as raspberry and similar robust cane varieties
Can also be used to clip large diameter irrigation pipe to wire
Made from UV stabilised nylon and polypropylene
Suitable for 2.5mm (12 ½”) gauge wire

How to use

Specifications
& Sizes

150mm (6”) long with a flat 6mm x 1.5mm (1/4” x 1/16”) band
Bags of 500 x 10 per carton
Klipon's Fruit Tree Ties in black

FAQs

We’ve developed a range of videos and resources to explain how to get the best out of your clips and ties.

See our installation advice or if you still have questions, please contact us and we’ll be happy to assist further.

Klipon nylon based products are conditioned with water to ensure flexibility and ease of application.

After opening, seal the bag when not in use.

If put back into storage for extended periods, particularly in dry climates, add a cup of water over the nylon product and seal the bag. This will prevent drying out and loss of flexibility.

We’re a 100% New Zealand owned company. We proudly design and manufacture all of our clips in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. Other products are sourced both locally and offshore.

Klipon products are sold across New Zealand and the globe. Contact your local horticultural supplier or view our list of stockists here.

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