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Attention all Landscapers/Garden Designers and buyers of expensive trees and shrubs!
We have just introduced a great product into our irrigation range. Do you, or your clients, invest large sums of money on planting high quality trees? If the anwer’s ‘yes’, then a small investment in these Deep Drip tree watering stakes will pay dividends – now and in the future.
Deep Drip tree watering stakes help you to water and fertilize your trees, shrubs and plants at the root, where it really counts. The Deep Drip tree and plant watering system saturates the ground allowing the roots to grow deep and strong. Water goes where it is needed, at the root. The soil is better aerated with oxygen, and your trees avoid horizontal growth of their roots, which results in exposed roots.
Deep Drip tree watering stakes also assist water conservation. The tree watering stake takes water immediately, deep underground, resulting in shorter watering periods. That means little wastage. So that the tree watering you do is both responsible and effective.
The Deep Drip System is designed to work with a garden hose, flood irrigation, with a dripper, and/or in conjunction with your automatic watering system. A standard micro tube fits through the cap of the Deep Drip Stake. Liquid Fertilizer can also be added into the shaft of the stake to direct nutrients to the root zone.
The stakes are constructed of recyclable ABS plastic providing a long lasting and strong product. Multiple holes in the bottom half of the stake, covered by a mesh filter, allow water to flow out and keeps dirt from getting in and clogging the tube. The UV-protected cap acts as a protective, reinforced cover when hammering the tree irrigation stake into the ground. It also keeps rocks and leaves from entering the shaft of the stake and holds the micro tube securely in place. The cap protects the emitter head from squirrels and other animals.
Buy Irrigation recommend positioning the tree watering stake beneath the outer edge of the tree’s canopy. With two holes at the top of the upper shaft, you can remove and replace the unit. Just insert a screwdriver in the holes, gently twist left and right, then pull up. The Deep Drip tree watering system is incredibly easy to use. Trees and shrubs are more effectively watered, deep at the roots where it matters.
The RHS recommend planting trees between October and April. The inclusion of a Deep Drip tree watering stake will assist in maintaining the health of the tree during those critical early stages of growth.
See the RHS page about planting new trees for further planting information
To purchase deep drip watering stakes, in a choice of 3 sizes suitable for all tree sizes, visit www.buyirrigation.co.uk