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Deep Drip Tree Watering Stakes

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$9.95 - $11.95

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Q_ASTK

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  • Bob - Aug 6th 2020

    5
    Exactly what I wanted

    I’m very impressed with the design.

  • John - Feb 13th 2020

    5
    Uniform Deep Drip Tree Watering

    I use these Deep Drip stakes for my Golden Delicious Apple tree and my Fuyu Persimmon tree. Initially, I used two stakes per tree and rigged up a stake to hold the emitter directly over the hole in the top of the watering stake. Recently I set up 8 stakes in a circle at the base of the Fuyu persimmon. That configuration gives me the ultimate method of precise and uniform watering around the base of the persimmon tree.

  • Donald - Dec 18th 2019

    5
    tree stakes

    there not in ground yet but I can see they will work great

Description

These watering stakes are a perfect way to promote root growth of trees and small shrubs. The deep drip stakes deliver water directly to the roots.

Saturating the soil at a deep level will promote a tree's root system to send its roots down. Trees are more likely to survive long dry periods and be better anchored during extreme winds. If you have trees next to pathways, sidewalks, patios, or driveways, promoting a deep root system will prevent the common cracking and buckling of the surface area.

Features:

  • Conserves water, prevents runoff, and erosion
  • Aerates the soil, promotes deeper rooting
  • You can easily add fertilizer into the shaft
  • Internal filter to keep roots and rocks out
  • Easy to drive the stake into the soil
  • UV protected slotted cap for drip tubing
  • Durable and strong shaft with reinforced ABS tip
  • 14" stake is used for small trees, shrubs, rose bushes
  • 24" stake is used for average trees, fruit trees
  • When planting on a slope, deep drip stakes drive the water deep, not down hill
  • Woodpecker Jr. emitter can be used to provide a measured amount of water to the stake.

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