So during Wednesday night's bomb cyclone here in the Northeast, this happened: Thankfully it was only 1 row and the vines bent without breaking. But it makes me wonder, what's the best way to prevent this from happening again in the future? Clearly those green metal stakes that I'm using for line posts aren't going to cut it. Heavier duty metal stakes? Circular metal poles, like they use for installing chain link fence? Wooden poles like I used for the end posts? (I really don't want to use wood because I know they're going to rot and have to be replaced some day). I'm even wondering if I should do something crazy like install earth anchors, similar to what I've got at the ends of the rows, in the middle of the rows to prevent lateral movement. What do you folks think? Any insight is appreciated!