- How to Tie Arbortie -

1

Tie a simple knot 18″ – 24″ from either end of the ArborTie®

2

Wrap this end around tree. Begin a new knot below the knot that was tied in step 1.

3

Follow motion of ArborTie® as shown, finishing the knot by pulling tightly on points A and B at the same time.

4

Slide the completed knot just up to the knot tied in Step 1. Fasten free end to anchor.

5

The ArborKnot® expands as the tree grows, providing secure, girdle free attachment of ArborTie® to tree.

6

Secure long end of ArborTie® to the eye of the anchor. Add tension to the ArborTie® by using a straight rod to turn (screw) the anchor into the ground outside the planting hole at a 45 degree angle to the tree trunk.

7

When driving the stake into the ground, make sure the eye opening is buried. Stake eye should be just even to soil level, as shown above.

8

Stake should be placed outside of planting hole and driven into the undisturbed soil until the ArborTie® is taut.

9

Repeat steps 6-8 for each remaining stake. Stakes should be evenly spaced around the tree base.

1

Tie a simple knot 18″ – 24″ from either end of the ArborTie®

2

Wrap this end around tree. Begin a new knot below the knot that was tied in step 1.

3

Follow motion of ArborTie® as shown, finishing the knot by pulling tightly on points A and B at the same time.

4

Slide the completed knot just up to the knot tied in Step 1. Fasten free end to anchor.

5

The ArborKnot® expands as the tree grows, providing secure, girdle free attachment of ArborTie® to tree.

6

The ArborKnot® expands as the tree grows, providing secure, girdle free attachment of ArborTie® to tree.

7

When driving the stake into the ground, make sure the eye opening is buried. Stake eye should be just even to soil level, as shown above.

8

Stake should be placed outside of planting hole and driven into the undisturbed soil until the ArborTie® is taut.

9

Repeat steps 6-8 for each remaining stake. Stakes should be evenly spaced around the tree base.