Almond Tree Stakes
Our premium almond tree stakes are manufactured from super strong and durable, non-treated Douglas Fir trees and are available in the following sizing options:
1” x 1” (nominal) dimensional Douglas Fir wood tree stake
1” x 2” (nominal) dimensional Douglas Fir wood tree stake
1.25” x 1.625” (nominal) dimensional Douglas Fir wood tree stake
1.625” x 1.75” (nominal) dimensional Douglas Fir wood tree stake
2” round Douglas Fir wood tree stake
The stakes listed above are ordered from top-to-bottom, with the highest performing stakes being listed at the bottom. The 2” round by 4’ length almond tree stake has become very accepted, as demanding applications require a stake that withstands extreme conditions, without the concern of failure.
Phoenix Enterprises stocks a wide range of almond size tree stake options for your specific needs. To learn how we can help you with your next project Request a quote or Contact Us at 559-271-2377 today.
Almond Tree Stake Features & BenefitsPhoenix Enterprises’ almond tree wood stakes promote the growth of strong, fertile trees that will produce fruit for years to come, while providing advanced protection from wind, animals and more. Some of the resounding advantages associated with our almond tree stakes, include:
- Manufactured from premium Douglas Fir trees for optimal strength.
- Dimensional tree stakes are grown and manufactured in Oregon.
- Treated and untreated available options.
- ACZA treatment options for higher demanding applications.
- 99% drivability warranty.
- Large Selection of Stake options enable the best fit for the application.
- Proven performance.
- No recorded returns.
- All sizes are in stock and ready to ship.
Utilizing Almond Tree Wood StakesEmploying the use of almond tree stakes is a necessity for protecting the growth and maturation of almond trees. Almond tree stakes can be used to protect juvenile almond trees in a wide range of circumstances, including the following conditions:
- If the tree is exposed to strong winds
- Trees with smaller root balls
- Trees that are in open sites
- Weaker trees that need extra support
Installing Almond Tree StakesInstalling an almond tree wood stake is an extremely efficient process that will produce a multitude of long-term benefits for your trees. However, if the almond stakes are not properly installed the young tree will not receive the full benefits of the staking process. The following process provides the best way to properly and securely install a stake for an almond tree:
- For maximum support a stake should be installed on the outside part of the tree’s root ball.
- The stake should then be fastened securely, but not overly tight to the tree via a string, rope or strap.
- Gently make sure that the stake is securely fastened to the tree by lightly wobbling it. If the tree overly sways or wobbles, simply tighten the fastening device.
Douglas Fir Manufactured Almond Tree StakesThe Douglas Fir tree is one of the most sought-after pine production trees in existence. It is revered for its extreme strength and large dimensional manufacturing capabilities. As an almond tree stake, Douglas Fir holds up to any and all extreme elements, including: wind, rain, heat, cold and more. Douglas Fir is admired for its industrial strength and tight grain lines; that’s why it is utilized for higher-end applications than standard pine. At Phoenix Enterprises we utilize only the finest quality Douglas Fir trees for our almond size tree stakes. We take great pride in providing a high-quality stake that will assist in the growth and eventual fruit yield of your almond trees.
Proper Almond Tree CareAn almond tree requires plenty of care and attention for it to successfully produce fruit. The following guidelines provide an example as to the general care requirements for an almond tree to thrive.
- Sun & Water – At least 6 full hours of sun per day, but the more the better. In its first year the tree should be flooded with water once per week, then every two to four weeks following the first year.
- Soil – The utilized soil should be able to drain well, with at least five feet of available topsoil. The planting hole should be dug as deep and with twice the width as the roots.
- Pruning – Almond trees should be pruned during the tree’s winter dormant months. The branches should be effectively thinned out for the tree’s next growing season.