SU1036300A1 - Holder of plant shoots on support - Google Patents

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SU1036300A1
SU1036300A1 SU802939417A SU2939417A SU1036300A1 SU 1036300 A1 SU1036300 A1 SU 1036300A1 SU 802939417 A SU802939417 A SU 802939417A SU 2939417 A SU2939417 A SU 2939417A SU 1036300 A1 SU1036300 A1 SU 1036300A1
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Валериан Иванович Мчедлишвили
Иосиф Валерианович Мчедлишвили
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Mchedlishvili Valerian
Mchedlishvili Iosif V
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THE PLANT EQUALS HOLDER ON A SUPPORT, containing a spring bracket with two petals in the bent free ends, with the fact that with the increase in labor productivity, the ends are bent in opposite directions in a plane located at an acute angle to the plane of the bracket. (L

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The invention relates to agriculture · and can be used in vineyards, orchards and vegetable growing for fastening vines and branches of plants, for example, trellis wire. five

The known holder of the plants, containing a spring bracket with two loops and unbent free ends [1].

The disadvantages of this device are the complexity of the operation podveshiva- 10 Niya shoots of plants to support and complexity O shoots out of the holder, chto'snizhaet productivity at work.

The purpose of the invention is to increase productivity. 15

'This goal is achieved by the fact that the free ends are bent in opposite directions in a plane located at an acute angle to the plane of the bracket.

FIG. 1 shows the holder * of plant 20 ’gov plants, a general view; . in fig. 2 "- the same in working position.

The plant shoots holder is a spring bracket 1, made with two loops located in one plane in 25 and formed by the corresponding bending of the wire of the bracket without crossing it. The upper loop 2 serves to accommodate the support 3, for example, in the form of a trellis wire. 10 At the same time, it serves as a handle for ease of use, and its elongated conical shape contributes to an increase in elasticity. The bottom loop 4 serves to place the vine in it 5. 35

It ends with free ends 6, which are bent in opposite directions from each other, and lie in a plane; located at an acute angle to the plane of the bracket. 40

Work with the holder as follows.

Taking the holder by the upper loop 2, put it on the support 3, for example, on a trellis wire, at the same time put the vine into the lower loop 4 with the other hand and squeeze the loop 4 until the free ends move beyond the axis of symmetry of the bracket. After the impact of the force on the loop 4 ends 6, Owing to * their location in a plane located at an acute angle to the plane of the bracket, go over each other and form a reliable lock.

The holder is designed for. repeated use for a number of lay. During the cutting of the grapevine 5, the lock is opened by applying a small effort between the thumb and index finger on the free ends of the bracket and turning the hand. The shoots to be removed are easily removed from the loop 4 of the holder, which remains on the trellis wire.

Since the grapevine is fastened to the trellis wire initially at least in 2-3 places, the movement of holders along the wire is prevented even with the strongest winds. The vine fastened in the lower loop during its vegetative development does not experience damage and freedom of growth restrictions.

The present invention, in comparison with the known, provides an increase in productivity when grapevine is harvested, the process of removing unwanted shoots when pruning the vine leaves is facilitated, and the creation of a reliable lock in the holders allows the vines to be held when the grapes are ripening without additional attachments.

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  1. THE PLANT EQUALS HOLDER ON THE SUPPORT, containing a spring bracket with two loops and bent free ends, distinguished by the fact that, in order to increase labor productivity, the ends are bent in opposite directions in a plane located at an acute angle to the plane of the bracket.
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WO1994013902A1 (en) * 1992-12-14 1994-06-23 Cecil Gwilliam Jones Tie device, and an appartus and method for tying said tie device
CN104303986A (en) * 2014-10-15 2015-01-28 中国科学院海洋研究所 Seed clamp for alga cultivation and using method thereof

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Cited By (3)

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WO1994013902A1 (en) * 1992-12-14 1994-06-23 Cecil Gwilliam Jones Tie device, and an appartus and method for tying said tie device
US5913341A (en) * 1992-12-14 1999-06-22 Ironbar Pty Ltd. Apparatus and method for tying at least two bars
CN104303986A (en) * 2014-10-15 2015-01-28 中国科学院海洋研究所 Seed clamp for alga cultivation and using method thereof

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