ZEN Zenport GK01 1/8" Girdling Knife 3.18mm P5040915ZEN-GK01 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/ZEN/ZEN-GK01.jpg Zenport GK01 1/8" Girdling Knife 3.18mm Manufacturer Part Number: GK01The Zenport GK01 girdling knife features a forged stainless steel blade which cuts a 1/8-inch strip of bark tissue. Girdling the practice of removing a strip of bark tissue has been in use for centuries to increase fruit size and bring the harvest about sooner on certain types of fruit trees. 5040915 609465727110 1.00lbs 1.50 1.50 1.50
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Zenport GK01 1/8" Girdling Knife (3.18mm)

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The Zenport GK01 girdling knife features a forged stainless steel blade which cuts a 1/8-inch strip of bark tissue. Girdling the practice of removing a strip of bark tissue has been in use for centuries to increase fruit size and bring the harvest about sooner on certain types of fruit trees.
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By SDB
Date Added: Wednesday 08 November, 2017
Hav'nt used it yet..very good quality..
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By J. Joseph
Date Added: Friday 11 August, 2017
works great
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Reeducated
Date Added: Monday 01 May, 2017
It has been wonderful. It came well packaged, and easy to open. It came earlier than expected, and has lived to all of my expectations and more.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By 30 Weight
Date Added: Thursday 06 April, 2017
It's a little bit crude, but it was effective. And not too expensive. I am using it to girdle an Anna Apple tree that has never produced much fruit. The theory is if the tree itself is too vigorous in its growth it will produce Few apples. Not having a lot to lose, I girdled this six-year-old tree through the bark and cambium layer to the shiny glossy fibrous xylem layer. I am risking killing the tree but have decided to take the chance. The big problem is how deep to go, so with my wife looking over my shoulder I took the plunge. Very little info on this, but if you r going to try do it on some tree you don't value, or a branch on the problem tree rather than going around the trunk in a spiral. Once you start cutting, it seems obvious when you hit that Xylem layer. It is what you would associate with stripping the bark off a branch, a glossy greenish white slippery surface. Don't cut into that. Good luck...
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
By H S.
Date Added: Saturday 14 November, 2015
The inside of the "hook", which is what you use to cut the bark and so is the most important part, was ground back and bent in so it was recessed from the sides. I will have to grind away the bent tip and shorten the sides to match the tip. This is poor quality control.
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]
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