Green-tech introduces tree planting product

The latest new product from landscape supplier Green-tech is set to 'revolutionise' the urban tree planting market, says the company.

gtRibbed root panels
gtRibbed root panels

The gtRibbed root panels have their own anchorage point and direct roots downwards away from services and pavements.

The panels can be folded up to a 90 degree angle allowing for a number of configurations to be created for different tree planting scenarios.

The system allows the growing media and tree to first be planted and the rootpanels installed after to suit the depth of the planting, volume of growing media and size of the rootball.

Green-tech operations manager Sarah Hayes said: "As a leading supplier of urban planting products in the UK, we were approached by partners in Europe to research and test the market for the gtRibbed Root Panels.

"Feedback from customers has been excellent, spurring the business on to present the panels to landscape contractors as an alternative for traditional urban root products. From the installers point of view, the product is simple to transport to site, can be configured to meet a number of on-site scenarios and is quick and simple to install."

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